Dr. Teresa Rose-Hellekant Presents at the 2018 Europhysiology Meeting in London

Teresa Rose-Hellekant, PhD, DVM, Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences, had the opportunity of presenting her work on, Inhibiting enteroendocrine T1R2/R3 glucose receptors reduces blood glucose and serum insulin responses at the 2018 Europhysiology Meeting in London on September 19-23, 2018.

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