Collip

Col·lip

(kol'ĭp),
James B., Canadian endocrinologist, 1892-1965. See: Noble-Collip procedure, Anderson-Collip test.
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Banting, Best, and Collip did patent insulin, but then they sold the patent to the University of Toronto for $3 (Canadian) and the University allowed manufacture of the product royalty-free, in the explicit hope that all who needed it would be afforded inexpensive access to this life-saving drug.
Banting, Best and Collip purified the hormone insulin from pancreas of cows at University of Toronto.
Biochemical parameters included Hemoglobin estimated through Sysmax K-21 Hematology analyzer, Serum albumin employing Bromocresol Green Method (Cheesbrough, 2005), protein using Biuret method (Rose, 1833) and calcium through Clark and Collip method (Cheesbrough, 2005), was estimated using Human kits.
Banting, Best, a chemist named Collip and their colleagues at the University of Toronto went on to purify insulin from bovine pancreases.
(34.) 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.
Since the discovery of insulin by Paulescu in 1921 [4] and after its purification and introduction to human medicine by Banting, Best, Collip, and Mc Leod in 1922 [5], the needs of comfortable estimation of PG concentration are continuously growing [6, 7].
Myin-Germey I, Oorschot M, Collip D, Lataster J, Delespaul P.J.
Banting, Best, and colleagues (especially the chemist Collip) went on to purify the hormone insulin from bovine pancreases at the University of Toronto.