The new changes in the level of glucose in the cells produce insulin, and when implanted into mice protected the animals from developing diabetes, researchers said. Scientists studying efficiently scale production of pancreatic cells and target cells in a controlled manner to produce billions of cellular reprogramming, which will allow significant advances in technology, presents. “Our results with human skin cells efficiently and swiftly human functional pancreatic beta cells that behave like the cells that can be used to generate performance for the first time,” Matthias Hebrok, California, San Francisco University Director of the Diabetes Center (said UCSF). This finding patient-specific analysis of the pancreatic beta-cell properties and cell therapy approach opens opportunities for optimization. One of a number of different types of organs to mature in the early development of designated cells – scientists first studied endoderm progenitor cells to reprogramme skin cells and genetic molecules used in medicine. Scientists can change rapidly in cells in pancreatic cells, which means all the way back to a stem cell state is not to be taken. Researchers heart, brain, and liver cells is used to create a similar process. Another four molecules were added endoderm cells is more than a trillion times the detail, allowing the rapidly dividing. Scientists fully functional pancreatic beta cells, the pancreatic precursor cells in the first, two more steps forward these endoderm cells. Changes in the level of insulin in response to glucose in the cells of the significant potential of this disease in a model of diabetic mice protected from development. The study has a direct cellular reprogramming human insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells using the method represents the first successful fabrication. The final stage was the most unique – and most difficult – molecules first functional pancreatic cells reprogrammed cells in a dish that can take the final step was not identified as. “The new paradigm of cellular reprogramming and expansion more sustainable and scalable than previous methods.