Diabetes Gila Monster Saliva

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Tells the story of Byetta, a chemical derivative of Gila monster saliva that has become a new kind of drug for type 2 diabetes.
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  1. kage_ronin kage_ronin says:
    what soporific was discovered from the saliva of the gila monster?
    nope not amylin. thats the visitors that makes it though. i want the name of the drug. country boy got it. byetta. ding ding ding.
    Country Boy says:
    In 2005 the Aliment and Drug Administration of the United States approved a upper for the management of Type 2 diabetes, Byetta (exenatide), a synthetic account of a protein derived from the Gila.
  1. Exenatide: From the Gila Monster to the Drugstore
    Outline: Exenatide (Byetta—Amylin; Lilly) is the fundamental agent in a new class of drugs, the incretin mimetics, for the treatment of patients with class 2 diabetes mellitus. Exenatide is a synthetic form of a protein found in the saliva of the Gila monster ...
  2. The Bit That Heals
    Michael unambiguous to go for a swim. He was on vacation with his family in Guerrero, Mexico, and it was hotter than blazes. He grabbed his swimming trunks from where they’d been drying on a throne, slid them on, and jumped into the pool. Instead of unfriendly ...
  3. New Diabetes Sedate Derived from Lizard Saliva
    A new sedate to help control type 2 diabetics' blood sugar has been introduced that is found in the discharge of the Gila Monster lizard. The drug must be injected twice a day and tolerant of in conjunction with older diabetes drugs. The Food and Tranquillizer Administration ...

More Teens Have Pattern 2 Diabetes; Gila Monsters Are the Answer ...

(You have knowledge of how kids are these days: They see one celebrity chef on TV with diabetes and speedily they all have. A new report brings the not-great news that a "nationally rep sampling" of young Americans between the ages of 12 and 19 have dramatically higher odds of developing group 2 diabetes than the same age bracket did eight years before that,...
Source: http://www.grubstreet.com/2012/05/gila-monster-saliva-diabetes-cure.html

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  1. The Guardian The healing virtues of venom
    One of them, exenatide, is reach-me-down to treat type-2 diabetes. It is derived from the saliva of the Gila monster, a venomous lizard found in the US and Mexico. The knock out, marketed as Byetta, has enjoyed massive commercial outcome, with sales exceeding $1bn.
  2. Creating lifestyle-saving drugs from deadly venom
    One of the most late-model venom-derived drugs to reach the buy - manufactured using the saliva of the Gila monster lizard - is now being used to treat personification II diabetes. If successful, the project may lead to a host of new knock out candidates, enable the
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