synthetic insulin


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synthetic insulin

Insulin made by the use of recombinant DNA technology.
See also: insulin
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The simultaneous injection of these antigenic ingredients along with synthetic insulin could be responsible for hypersensitizing the immune system against insulin in the same way that inactive and adjuvant ingredients in vaccines induce exaggerated immune reactions against the 'active' vaccine antigen (e.g.
The annual cost of synthetic insulin rose from pounds 18.2m to pounds 305m while the cost of human insulin fell from pounds 131m to pounds 51m.
My daughter and many people experienced serious adverse reactions when using GM synthetic insulins. These included loss of warnings of low blood sugar (hypoglycaemia), weight gain, violent mood swings, memory loss, joint pains, mental confusion and exhaustion.
I had been on a diet and was using synthetic insulin.
Currently, people with Type 1 diabetes, the most serious form of the condition, need daily injections of synthetic insulin because the pancreas stops producing its own version of the chemical.