exendin

exendin

(eks-en'din),
A selective antagonist of glucagonlike peptide-1 receptors.
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Glucagon-like peptide (GLP)-1 (9-36) amide-mediated cytoprotection is blocked by exendin (9-39) yet does not require the known GLP-1 receptor.
The Gila's venom contains the compound Exendin which is being turned into a new drug to fight Type 2 diabetes.
Exendin is similar to a natural hormone called GLP1 and has the power to control the secretion of the body's own insulin.
Exendin was isolated from the 18-inch Gila Monster's poisonous saliva by scientists studying the eating habits of animals.
Exendin is similar to a natural hormone called GLP1 and can control the secretion of the body's own insulin.