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Figure 10: Distribution of funding agencies related to stem cell therapy for type 2 diabetes. Note: (A) The top ten funding agencies that supported most included studies in China. Primary funding sources included (I) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation of China, (II) Guangdong Science and Technology Plan Project, (III) General Project of Lanzhou Military Region, (IV) National Natural Science Foundation of China, (V) Tianjin Science and Technology Plan of China, (VI) Shanghai Science and Technology Development Fund, (VII) Shanghai Natural Science Fund, (VIII) China Postdoctoral Science Fund, (IX) 12th Five-Year Plan for Military Medical Science and Technology Research, and (X) Scientific Fund of Peking University Aerospace Clinical School. (B) Funding agencies that supported most included studies worldwide included (I) the US NIH; (II) US Department of Health Human Services; (III) National Natural Science Foundation of China; (IV) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; (V) NIH National Institute of Diabetes Digestive Kidney Diseases; (VI) European Union; American Diabetes Association; (VII) Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (Japan); (VIII) American Heart Association; (IX) NIH National Institute on Aging; and (X) National Basic Research Program of China.

Figure 10: Distribution of funding agencies related to stem cell therapy for type 2 diabetes.
Note: (A) The top ten funding agencies that supported most included studies in China. Primary funding sources included (I) Guangdong Natural Science Foundation of China, (II) Guangdong Science and Technology Plan Project, (III) General Project of Lanzhou Military Region, (IV) National Natural Science Foundation of China, (V) Tianjin Science and Technology Plan of China, (VI) Shanghai Science and Technology Development Fund, (VII) Shanghai Natural Science Fund, (VIII) China Postdoctoral Science Fund, (IX) 12<sup>th</sup> Five-Year Plan for Military Medical Science and Technology Research, and (X) Scientific Fund of Peking University Aerospace Clinical School. (B) Funding agencies that supported most included studies worldwide included (I) the US NIH; (II) US Department of Health Human Services; (III) National Natural Science Foundation of China; (IV) Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; (V) NIH National Institute of Diabetes Digestive Kidney Diseases; (VI) European Union; American Diabetes Association; (VII) Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology (Japan); (VIII) American Heart Association; (IX) NIH National Institute on Aging; and (X) National Basic Research Program of China.