Human islets display unique morphological and functional differences compared to rodent models; therefore, they are a critical resource for better understanding diabetes physiology in humans. Due to limited supply and increased researcher needs, LifeNet Health LifeSciences has begun developing protocols to isolate high-quality human islets.
Islets shown with viability stains FDA and PI
Islets stained for Insulin and Glucagon
Islets in Culture stained with diphenylthiocarbazone-Day 12
H&E Stained Pancreatic Islet
Pancreatic Islet cell grouping stained with antibodies for insulin and amylase
Pancreatic Islet cell grouping stained with antibodies for insulin and glucagon