Humulin


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lu·pu·lin

(lū'pū-lin),
A sticky, yellowish, granular material consisting of entire multicellular glandular hairs (trichomes) from the fruit and bracts of the hop vine, Humulus lupulus; the essential oils and resins of these glandular hairs are responsible for the characteristic bitter taste of beer or medicinals made from hops; has been used as an antispasmodic and sedative.
Synonym(s): humulin

Humulin

(hyo͞o′myə-lĭn, -mə-)
A trademark for any of a group of drugs containing genetically engineered synthetic human insulin.

Humulin

a trademark for a brand of human insulin of recombinant deoxyribonucleic acid origin.

Humulin®

Human insulin via recombinant DNA technology. See Insulin.
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When we compare the mean values of this parameter in all the three experimental groups receiving Syzygium aromaticum with group VI receiving humulin, although insulin reduced the blood glucose level but Syzygium aromaticum ethanol extract brought greater reduction in the serum glucose level as compared to insulin especially in group V.
They were the ones who suggested Humulin N for him, based on his raw diet," she says.
There were 9,758 Zantac observations, 2,681 Humulin observations, 3,437 Mevacor observations, and 1,860 Dilantin observations.
We are currently collaborating with Eli Lilly on a new U-500 syringe that will be prescribed for use with Humulin R U-500 insulin, manufactured by Eli Lilly.
Adocia, a France-based biotechnology company, has reported positive results from a Phase IIa clinical trial assessing its new fast-acting formulation of recombinant human insulin, HinsBet, compared to Eli Lilly's products, Humalog (insulin lispro) and Humulin (recombinant human insulin), in patients with type 1 diabetes, it was reported yesterday.
For example Humulin is a biosynthetic insulin manufactured from microbes which replaced animal derived insulin and is used to control diabetes.
Most dogs do well with intermediate-acting insulin, such as Humulin N, though some do better with long-acting insulin or mixtures that combine different types.
Patents for several insulin formulations--both regular and NPH--have expired in this decade: Humulin (Eli Lilly & Co.
recently discontinued production of three types of insulin: Iletin[R] II Pork Insulin (Regular and NPH[R] formulations), Humulin U and Humulin L.
The alphabetic list of term erroneously defines Humulin as, "a common brand of regular (short-acting) insulin" (Humulin is not specific to "short-acting" insulin).
The aim of this Phase IIa clinical trial is to show that the product acts faster than Humulin (human insulin, Eli Lilly) and as fast as Humalog (insulin lispro, Eli Lilly), allowing patients who use human insulin to achieve a better glycaemic control after a meal.
Also in the third quarter, Eli Lilly formed a partnership with Lupin to promote and distribute Humulin in India and Nepal.