analogue insulin

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analogue insulin

A term of art for a synthesised insulin in which insulin’s amino acid sequence is altered by genetic engineering to alter absorption, delivery (e.g., to reduce clumping) or provide another desired characteristic.

Examples
Humulin (rapid absorption), Glargine (constant release over 24 hours).
 
Results
Evidence-based assessment indicates that they are much more expensive and do not substantially improve outcomes.
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Tenders are invited for Cartridge Short Acting Analog Insulin
Biosimilars comprised of osteoporosis recombinant Teriparatide, analog insulin and therapeutic fragment of monoclonal antibodies
On yil once tip 1 DM tanisi konan fakat duzenli kontrollere devam etmeyen 38 yasinda kadin hasta; sabah 36u, aksam 26u bifazik hizli etkili analog insulin karisimi kullanmaktaymis.
The long-acting insulin analog insulin glargine was studied in comparison with NPH insulin in 518 patients with type 2 diabetes in an open-label, 28-week, multicenter study.
In accordance with the trial protocol pre-specified analysis of the endpoints, data from the two patient groups treated with Hylenex formulations (treatment groups) were pooled in comparison to a group consisting of patients using standard CSII with rapid acting analog insulin alone (control group).
Announce top-line data from the 400 patient clinical study - The CON tinuous S ubcutaneous I nsulin infusion ST udy EN rolling T ype 1 Diabetes (CONSISTENT 1) - evaluating the use of Hylenex in conjunction with rapid analog insulin in people with Type 1 diabetes using insulin pumps in the first quarter of 2014.
Heinemann L, Linkeschova R, Rave K, et al: Time-action profile of the long-acting insulin analog insulin glargine (HOE901) in comparison with those of NPH insulin and placebo.
Nasdaq:HALO) today announced insulin variability study results that demonstrated reduced intrasubject absorption variability for the combination of lispro, a meal time analog insulin, plus PH20 (hyaluronidase) compared to subcutaneous injection of lispro alone.
a rapid acting analog insulin, alone versus using hyaluronidase in combination with lispro in two different administration formats.