2015 journal article

Engineering Synthetic Insulin-Secreting Cells Using Hyaluronic Acid Microgels Integrated with Glucose-Responsive Nanoparticles


By: J. Di n, J. Yu n, Y. Ye n, D. Ranson n, A. Jindal n & Z. Gu n

author keywords: Insulin delivery; Diabetes; Glucose responsive; Bio-inspired; Hyaluronic acid; Dextran
TL;DR: In vitro studies demonstrated that the insulin release rate associated with HA microgels was effectively regulated by changes in the glucose concentration, and validated that a single injection of the developed formulation stabilized the blood glucose levels in the normoglycemic state for over 1 week. (via Semantic Scholar)
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