DIAGLYC is a research and development project supported by AST (Aquitaine Science Transfert) which stems from a long-lasting pluridisciplinary collaboration between electronics researchers (IMS, Univ. Bordeaux), cell biology researchers (CBMN, Univ. Bordeaux), and clinicians (CHU Bordeaux, Univ. Bordeaux)
DIAGLYC proposes a novel paradigm in measuring the real-time need for insulin in Type I Diabetic patients. Based on a patented hybrid biosensor technology, DIAGLYC aims at developing a novel biosensor which makes use of pancreatic islets to measure the physiological need for insulin, exhaustively taking into account the natural mediators of glucose homeostasis, such as nutrients and hormones.
The developed biosensor may become the heart of a wearable artificial pancreas device, helping closed-loop regulation of glucose in diabetic patients with an improved physiological relevance.
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