A group of Japanese and American scientists have reported finding a way to treat type 1 diabetes. Researchers at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and Yokohama City University have been able to recreate the islets of Langerhans, which are responsible for the correct production of insulin in the human body. After observing the mechanism of operation of real cells in vitro (i.e. in vitro), specialists were able to recreate the same cells using human cells , mouse cells and stem cells. Then they transplanted them into mice with type 1 diabetes. Once in the mice, the artificial cells from the test tube behaved similarly to natural ones, producing insulin and controlling the level of glucose in the blood, thus curing rodents from diabetes. Now scientists are waiting for the permission of the corresponding structures for further human trials. Researchers are confident that the cells they create will not be torn away by the human body. This means that in the future, people with type 1 diabetes will be able to do without medication. how long is the work of pancreatic islet, experts did not report.