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Contact: Toni Baker
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Medical College of Georgia at Georgia Regents University

Yen-Hao Chen and Ricardo Azziz, Georgia Regents University

Caption: A group of tiny RNA molecules with a big role in regulating gene expression also appear to have a role in causing insulin resistance in woman with polycystic ovary syndrome and, perhaps, in all women, according to research by scientists at Georgia Regents University.

Credit: Phil Jones, GRU campus photographer

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