NEW YORK, June 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Islet Sciences, Inc., (OTC.BB: ISLT) a biotechnology company engaged in the research, development and commercialization of patented technologies for people with diabetes, announces that its technologies were featured at the American Diabetes Association annual meeting.
The presentations were made in part by members of Islet's Scientific Advisory Board, which included Dr. Jonathan Lakey, Dr. Kevan Harold and Dr. Eitan Akirav. Sessions presented by Islet highlighted the following: 1) Circulating demethylated insulin as a potential early indicator of beta cell loss, 2) Immune therapy and type one diabetes previously discussed in the ADA journal 'Diabetes,' 3) New inhibitors to preserve and protect islet function, 4) Prolonged Euglycemia following transplantation of alginate encapsulated porcine islet cells, and 5) Consistency and scalability of young porcine islet isolation.
"We are excited to see that our technologies were accepted for presentation at the American Diabetes Association's annual meeting," said John Steel, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Islet Sciences. "This clearly provides further evidence for the value and promise for these technologies to be developed for treatments for diabetes and related complications."
"The technologies we have developed are groundbreaking and the recognition we continue to see from such well respected organizations such as the American Diabetes Association is extremely validating," stated Dr. Jonathan Lakey, Chief Scientific Officer and Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board of Islet Sciences. The presentation of these technologies are another aspect to the value of our therapies which represents such a large market opportunity for the Diabetic community."<
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