Collip

Col·lip

(kol'ĭp),
James B., Canadian endocrinologist, 1892-1965. See: Noble-Collip procedure, Anderson-Collip test.
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Banting, Best, a chemist named Collip and their colleagues at the University of Toronto went on to purify insulin from bovine pancreases.
Collip D, Nicolson NA, Lardinois M, Lataster T, van Os J, Myin-Germeys I.
46,67] Collip and colleagues [67] suggest that an enduring characteristic of stress sensitivity converts transient psychotic phenomena into more persistent ones.
1) Only 11 years later Frederick Banting and Charles Best reversed diabetes induced in dogs by infusing pancreatic islet cells from healthy dogs, and their colleague James Collip purified the hormone insulin.
Myin-Germey I, Oorschot M, Collip D, Lataster J, Delespaul P.
For this, Banting and laboratory director MacLeod received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1923; both shared their Prize money with others in the team who were not recognized, in particular Best and Collip.
BANTING FG, Best DH, Collip JB, Campbell WR, Fletcher AA.
He asked for assistants and, he choose a second year medical student, Charles Herbert Best (1978-1899) and a technician- James Collip.
Macleod had previously invited the biochemist James Bertram Collip (1892-1965) from the University of Alberta to join the Toronto team to help purify the extracts of toxic substances and concentrate the active principle for use in diabetic humans.
For additional information about this article contact: Samantha Wells, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Suite 200, 100 Collip Circle, London, Ontario, Canada N6G 4X8.
Banting FG, Best CH, Collip JB, Campbell WR, Fletcher AA.