Tag Archives: insulin

  • Diabetes Trends Until 2025

    Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disorder that develops because the body is not able to produce the hormone insulin and/or is unable to respond effectively to the insulin that is produced. There are two types of diabetes: -Type 1, which accounts for 5 to 10% of worldwide diagnosed diabetes cases. -Type 2, which accounts for 90 to 95% of the totality of diagnosed cases. The treatment for Type 1 diabetes depends on diabetic medical supplies, above all, diabetes drugs and insulin, while Type 2 …

  • New and Amazing Discoveries on the Development of Cells

    A group of top researchers is focusing on understanding how an embryo’s developing pancreas recognize which cells produce insulin and which ones have other functions.  This understanding is crucial in the use of stem cells, developed into beta cells that produce insulin, to treat type-1 diabetes. Today, Lund University scientists have new discoveries to announce in this regard, and they will do it in the journal Cell, which is one of the top biomedical journals. Diabetes researcher Henrik …

  • Experimental Obesity Drug Could Treat Diabetes

    … have a huge impact, not only in weight loss, but in controlling cholesterol levels, blood glucose levels, and insulin levels in the body, which could be used to treat diabetes.  The scientists believe it goes back to the origin of fat synthesis, where scientists believe they have actually found a way for the body to stop gaining weight.  But is this even possible? This new Fatostatin drug works by interfering with element binding proteins that influence a group of genes that are triggered …

  • Stages in the Production of Pharmaceutical Products

    … cardiovascular agents. The extraction is used to separate different liquid mixtures: enzimes, digestive aids, insulin, and anti-cancer drugs are extracted from natural substances. Antibiotics steroids and rDNA products are produced by fermentation and/or Cell Culture. After these stages comes the final stage, the formulation of the final products; this ensures that the substances are manufactured into usable forms, such as tablets, liquids, creams, aerosols, patches, injectable doses, and so on. …