- An Amperometric Glucose Sensor Integrated into an Insulin Delivery Cannula: In Vitro and In Vivo Evaluation
By PDT’s Collaborators at
Oregon State University (Engineering)
- Article in Diatribe describing the PDT-OSU method of printing CGM sensors.
- Article in 3D Print Magazine about the joint efforts at OSU and PDT to create glucose sensor using novel printing technology
- Recent article on the John Conley engineering laboratory at Oregon State University:
- The John Conley laboratory at OSU
- The Greg Herman laboratory at OSU
By PDT’s Founders
GLUCOSE SENSORS in PEOPLE with T1D
- Recent article from scientists at PDT and OSU regarding the use of printing methods to create a novel glucose sensor
- A Review Article: Can glucose be monitored continuously at the site of insulin delivery?
- The benefit of using more than one glucose sensor in people with T1D.
- A controlled study: Can dogs detect hypoglycemia in people with T1D using scent?
ARTIFICIAL PANCREAS for PEOPLE WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES (T1D)
- New article on a fully automated bihormonal artificial pancreas
- Key article from 2010: A bihormonal artificial pancreas designed for people with T1D: the use of insulin and glucagon.
- Why is glucagon sometimes successful and why does it sometimes fail during artificial pancreas treatment in people with T1D?
- A novel algorithm for the artificial pancreas that adapts to changes in insulin sensitivity.
- The use of glucagon in the artificial endocrine pancreas
THE BIOCHEMISTRY and PHYSIOLOGY of GLUCAGON
- A review of stable liquid formulations of glucagon.
- The benefit of alkaline formulations of glucagon.
- The mechanism of glucagon’s instability (degradation and aggregation).
- A common Indian herb that appears to biochemically stabilize glucagon.
- The effect of steady state insulin levels to suppress the liver’s response to SC glucagon in T1D subjects