Specialists from the Sabri Yulker Center for Metabolic Research at the T. Chan Harvard School of Public Health have found that the hormone fabkin has an effect on metabolism and the development of diabetes. Such data were obtained during experiments on mice. All research results were published on December 8, 2021 in Nature.
It turned out that when the activity of the hormone fabkin was blocked in mice, diabetes did not develop, and in animals with diabetes, the level of this hormone was extremely high. Scientists believe that the same is true for humans.