Sitagliptin plus pantoprazole can restore but not maintain insulin independence after clinical islet transplantation: results of a pilot study.

@article{Senior2017SitagliptinPP,
  title={Sitagliptin plus pantoprazole can restore but not maintain insulin independence after clinical islet transplantation: results of a pilot study.},
  author={Peter Alexander Senior and Angela Fang Yung Koh and Jen Le Yau and Sharleen Imes and Parastoo Dinyari and Andrew J Malcolm and Peter E. Light and A M James Shapiro},
  journal={Diabetic medicine : a journal of the British Diabetic Association},
  year={2017},
  volume={34 2},
  pages={204-212}
}
AIMS Resuming insulin use due to waning function is common after islet transplantation. Animal studies suggest that gastrointestinal hormones, including gastrin and incretins may increase β-cell mass. We tested the hypothesis that pantoprazole plus sitagliptin, would restore insulin independence in islet transplant recipients with early graft insufficiency… CONTINUE READING