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  • Re: New Research on C-Peptide
    of c peptide and insulin The c peptide does not appear in the blood as such instead it is removed by a splitting process This also occurs in newborn mammals but is eventually replaced b a process which cuts off the c peptide cleanly as one molecule It appears that c peptide does noty serve any function in this fish nor the newborn mammal Follow Ups Re New Research on

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  • Re: New Research on C-Peptide
    on 00 18 51 2013 12 03 In Reply to Re New Research on C Peptide posted by elliott So c peptide MAY serve a function in non newborn mammals perhaps Follow Ups Post a Followup Name E Mail Optional

    Original URL path: http://islet.org/forum/messages/55791.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Re: New Research on C-Peptide
    not only acts differently but also stimulates host immunity James Wright and his team at the University of Calgary continue to work on the problem with an eye to using tilapia islets for human transplant but progress is slow and seems somewhat diverted into a purely academic interest in comparative anatomy and physiology 1 1 J Wright and B Pochajdak Cell Therapy for Diabetes Using Piscine Islet Tissue Cell Transplantation

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  • Re: New Research on C-Peptide
    02 In Reply to Re New Research on C Peptide posted by Celsus Give it up I know your need for a soapbox is overwhelming but please find another one Love how you change the topic to divert away from yet another slapdown Your combination of anonymity and grandiosity is a textbook case Follow Ups Re New Research on C Peptide Celsus 15 12 59 2013 12 03 0 Post

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  • Re: New Research on C-Peptide
    is the context in which c peptide has been found to play an important role Tilapia insulin is itself very different from human insulin and since the tilapia apparently produces insulin in its brain and pituitary gland as well as in its pancreas it is a very odd fish indeed Some rodents have even been found to be able to survive with no insulin as long as they are treated

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  • Re: New Research on C-Peptide
    be skeptical GKGK All we need to consider are type 2 diabetics whose C peptide levels are through the roof as a result of insulin over production trying to combat insulin resistance Despite their high C peptide levels type 2 diabetics suffer the same complications as type 1 diabetics The common denominator is elevated average blood glucose not diminished C peptide which likely does its damage through the glycosolation of

    Original URL path: http://islet.org/forum/messages/55784.htm (2016-04-29)
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  • Holding JDRF Accountable
    cure on the fast track Petition by Juvenile Diabetes Cure Alliance Last year thousands of families walked ran danced and donated to raise 400 million dollars for diabetes research with the belief that most of it would be going directly to a type 1 cure In the end only 9 million dollars or 2 actually made it to Practical Cure research Type 1 diabetes affects 5 million people in the U S alone with nearly half of all diagnoses being children under 12 What awaits is a lifetime of monitoring their blood sugar pricking their fingers and injecting insulin into their bodies As time goes on high and low blood sugars can lead to blindness amputations seizures and even death The JDRF ADA Joslin and the DRIF need to fund cure research that can help diabetics in the near future We call this Practical Cure research projects that could be pushed through human clinical trials by 2025 and help people now not fifty years from now By signing this petition you re calling on the charities to put 25 of their research budgets into Practical Cure work That s nearly 90 million dollars that would get pumped into research that

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  • Re: Holding JDRF Accountable
    Posted by Andra on 19 22 26 2013 12 04 In Reply to Holding JDRF Accountable posted by Frank Cz Posted on my FB page Follow Ups Post a Followup Name E Mail Optional Subject Comments Link URL Optional Link

    Original URL path: http://islet.org/forum/messages/55795.htm (2016-04-29)
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