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n.1.See Pretzel.
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That is the question that Italian designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel are banking on with their unique concept, Capsula Mundi.
Bretzel, "Progressive islet graft failure occurs significantly earlier in autoantibody-positive than in autoantibodynegative IDDM recipients of intrahepatic islet allografts," Diabetes, vol.
ITALY With the slogan "Trees instead of tombstones!," Italian designers Raoul Bretzel and Anna Citelli have developed a funeral product called the Capsula Mundi, an egg-shaped shell, made entirely from organic materials.
Designers Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel,  who live and work in Italy, created the Capsula Mundi urns with the goal of bringing design to the world of death.
Bretzel, "Is pancreatic diabetes (type 3c diabetes) underdiagnosed and misdiagnosed?," Diabetes Care, vol.
Martin Alberer, Nicklas Schlenker, Malkin Bauer, Kerstin Helfrich, Carolin Mengele, Thomas Loscher, Hans Dieter Nothdurft, Gisela Bretzel, and Marcus Beissner
[8] Brandhorst D, Kumarasamy V, Maatoui A, Alt A, Bretzel RG, Brandhorst H.
(10.) Frothingham R, Strickland PL, Bretzel G, Ramaswamy S, Musser JM, Williams DL.
Bretzel, "The effect of streptozotocin on the function of fetal porcine and rat pancreatic (pro-)islets," Experimental and Clinical Endocrinology, vol.
Anna Citelli and Raoul Bretzel, the duo behind Capsula Mundi, explained: "The tree is chosen when the person is alive, then relatives and friends look after it when death occurs."