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Barnstable Brown Kentucky Diabetes and Obesity Center

BBDOC

BARNSTABLE BROWN OBESITY AND DIABETES RESEARCH DAY


Xiaoqing Tang, Ph.D.



Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry


Contact Information

Training and Publications

University of Kentucky Research Summary (PDF)
106 Biomedical Biological Sciences Research Building Publication Listing on PubMed
Lexington, KY 40506-0509  
Telephone: (859) 323-1099  
Fax: (859) 323-1037  
 

Research Interests

Dr. Tang seeks to understand how miRNAs function in the development of human diabetes and to discover novel miRNAs as diagnostic epigenetic biomarkers and therapeutical targets for diabetes. Current studies are focused on analyzing the function of glucose-regulated miRNAs in the insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells. Other studies involve identification and characterization of type-2 diabetes-associated miRNAs by high-throughput profiling of miRNA expressions using a diabetic mouse model.

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