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We are lucky to have Dr Filip Knop from Jen Holst's group in Copenhagen visiting us on the 15th-16th May to help us set up techniques for measuring the incretin effect in OCDEM.

Sample containers in freezer. © Permission required for use. Credit: Doug Vernimmen

Whilst he is here he has agreed to give a seminar entitled "New insights into mthe incretin effect and its regulation". The seminar will take place on Tuesday 15th May at 16:00 in the Lecture Theatre.

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