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ALPCO Launches GLP-1 (Active 7-36) and (7-36 and 9-36) ELISA Kits
Date:9/22/2009

SALEM, N.H., Sept. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- ALPCO is pleased to introduce a pair of ELISA kits for research use only for the easy and accurate measurement of both active (7-36) GLP-1 and combined (7-36 and 9-36) GLP-1 fragments.

GLP-1, an incretin hormone, has been a focus of the diabetes & obesity research community recently. The first incretin therapy was approved by the FDA in 2006, and early clinical data demonstrates that these therapies are delivering good results for some patients with Type II diabetes. As more incretin-based drugs are identified and proceed through the clinical development process, the area of research that focuses on elucidating the physiological impact of incretin hormones has taken on greater significance. Craig LaMarca, a scientist and technical sales advisor at ALPCO, points out: "Basic science researchers are establishing mechanisms and principles for why GLP-1 is an attractive therapeutic target. Along these same lines, but further down in the process are pharmaceutical companies who are trying to establish the functionality of potential drug candidates in their ability to increase circulating levels of GLP-1... Although most of the work currently is focusing on diabetes, recent research has implied utility of targeting GLP-1 in other therapeutic areas." For example, studies have shown that GLP-1 agonists and/or DPP-IV inhibitors offer Beta cell protection in rodents(1) - an indication that the same may be accomplished in humans, offering the hope of altering the progression of Type II diabetes. On the other hand, studies have also proposed that there is a ca
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