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Treatment of diabetes mellitus with amylin agonists

Cooper; Garth J. S. (Woodstock, GB2)

Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (San Diego, CA) , USP. 5175145. 1992 Dec 29..

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Abstract

Novel methods for treating diabetes mellitus and hyperglycemia are described which comprise administering to a diabetic or hypoglycemic subject an amount of an amylin agonist effective to induce amylin activity in said subject. Various amylin agonist compounds, and therapeutic methods utilizing such compounds, are also disclosed.

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Cooper; Garth J. S. (Woodstock, GB2)
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Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (San Diego, CA)
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USP
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USA
Patent number:
5175145
Abstract:
Novel methods for treating diabetes mellitus and hyperglycemia are described which comprise administering to a diabetic or hypoglycemic subject an amount of an amylin agonist effective to induce amylin activity in said subject. Various amylin agonist compounds, and therapeutic methods utilizing such compounds, are also disclosed.

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Manchester eScholar ID:
uk-ac-man-scw:257935
Created by:
Cooper, Garth
Created:
2nd February, 2015, 13:27:04
Last modified by:
Cooper, Garth
Last modified:
2nd February, 2015, 13:27:04

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