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Editorial
“The Stressed Beta-Cell”
I- ER and the canonical unfolded protein response (UPR)
II- When UPR leads to cell death
III- Cellular stress in type 2 diabetes
IV- The mitochondria and cellular stress
V- Therapeutic targeting of ER dysfunction
VI- Conclusions
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