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one group were treated with Zebularine and the otherthe control groupdid not receive any treatment The diabetic rats that were treated with Zebularine survived for a significantly longer period than the untreated rats “It is very interesting that we only treated them with Zebularine for two weeksbut the effects of the treatment could be observed throughout the 90-day follow-up period” Nittby said “The findings are very exciting and are a sign that the immune system was not just generally suppressedbut that the treatment was more targeted Neither did we see any signs of side-effects” Nittby added The researchers are now working intensively to further refine the treatment The next step is to teach certain cells in the immune system – the dendritic cells – to accept certain specific proteins using the Zebularine treatment This would mean that the treatment could be targeted even more The study was published in the journal PLOS ONE For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Tech Desk | Updated: September 6 2016 4:16 pm Reliance Jio 4G services are live But it isn’t easy to get hold of a Jio SIM thanks to huge hype that has been created around the services Top News Reliance Jio 4G services are live Any user with a 4G VoLTE enabled handset is now eligible for aJio SIM card The network claims to provide high-speed Internet at cheaper prices as compared to rivals Reliance Jio 4G SIM is available at all Reliance Digital stores and Digital Xpress Mini It comes with free unlimited 4G data for the first 90 days as well as access to Jio premium apps All charges for voice-calls and for roaming have been done away by the company Reliance Jio 4G prepaid plans start at Rs 19 for 100MB Jio 4G postpaid plans start at Rs 149 for 300MB The data tariff go up till Rs 4999 for the biggest data pack The data packs also come with a certain number of free SMSes which vary from plan to plan Another way to access Reliance Jio’s 4G network is through a JioFi hotspot device which is listed for Rs 1999 on the company’s site It supports 10 other 2G/3G devices at a time plus one more through USB The JioFi device packs a 2300 mAh battery However it isn’t easy to get hold of a Jio SIM or JioFi device either thanks to massive buzz around the service Most Reliance stores will greet you with long queues with people waiting to register their names to get a Jio SIM card Most likely you won’t get a Jio 4G SIM card the same day but consider yourself lucky if you do? a peer-reviewed open access journal. 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