Example sentences for: insulin-producing

How can you use “insulin-producing” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Now recombinant insulin is available in plentiful supply, but the control of type 1 diabetes remains far from perfect, and researchers have looked towards an ideal of transplanting insulin-producing cells instead.

  • In this issue the balance of our research papers comes close to this suggestion, with one paper on the differentiation of insulin-producing cells from human neural progenitors, and other papers throughout the journal on topics as diverse as climate and dengue fever, treatment of malaria, HIV genotypes, prescription practices, counterfeit drugs, Buruli ulcer, and health and human rights.

  • The next logical step, then, is to look for renewable sources of insulin-producing cells.

  • Other concerns relating to the field include questions about the impact of having insulin-producing foreign cells within the hepatic parenchyma, the long-term consequences of elevated portal pressures resulting from the islet infusion, and the fact that islet recipients can be sensitized against donor tissue types, making it more difficult to find a suitable donor should another life-saving transplant be required in the future.

  • Other research groups are investigating whether the insulin-producing cells within the pancreas (so-called ß cells), might be promoted to regenerate (in vitro or in vivo) to replace the pool of insulin-producing cells reduced by autoimmune destruction.


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