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Halozyme Therapeutics Announces Phase I Clinical Trial Results Demonstrating that the Combination of Recombinant Human Hyaluronidase (rHuPH20) With Humulin R(R) and with Humalog(R) Yields Faster, More Physiologic Insulin Kinetics and Better Predictability

... goal for diabetic patients. The timing of insulin administration with meal ingestion is critical to effective control of blood sugar levels. An ideal insulin ... over the first 30 minutes, when insulin release drives meal ingestion metabolism: 277% for Humalog (p = 0.0008) and 730% for Humulin R (p ...

Spherix Announces Positive Phase 2 Study Results

... were also given 75 g of tagatose followed 30 minutes later by 75 g of glucose. Between test days, participants received 10 g of tagatose per day. ingestion of the tagatose load (75 g) caused no increase in plasma insulin or glucose concentrations in either healthy or diabetic individuals. (Donner TW, ...

GeneThera Announces it is Set to Begin Commercial Testing for Johne's Disease as Soon as January, 2009.

... with M. paratuberculosis as calves but often do not develop clinical signs until 2 to 5 yr of age (29). The primary route of infection is through ingestion of fecal material, milk, or colostrums containing M. paratuberculosis microorganisms. Once ingested, M. paratuberculosis survive and replicate within ...

Alba Therapeutics Announces Enrollment of Its First European Patient in Global Phase IIb Study of Larazotide Acetate for Treatment of Active Celiac Disease

... Gluten is broken down into gliadin which can pass through the intestinal epithelial barrier during times of increased intestinal permeability. The ingestion of gluten causes an immune response which triggers an inflammatory reaction in the small intestine. This then causes damage to the villi in the small ...

Recent Study Demonstrated VYVANSE(R) (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) CII Provided Improvements in Behavior, Inattention, and Math Test Scores from 1.5 Hours up to 13 Hours following Administration in Children with ADHD

... have been filled. VYVANSE is a therapeutically inactive prodrug, in which d-amphetamine is covalently bonded to l-lysine, and after oral ingestion it is converted to pharmacologically active d-amphetamine. The conversion of VYVANSE to d-amphetamine is not affected by gastrointestinal pH and is ...

Anpath Group, Inc. Advances Relationship With the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro)

... for Toxicity Category IV (minimal effects noted, no precautionary or first aid statements required; no harmful dermal, ocular, inhalation or ingestion effects). EnviroTru(R) does not require protective clothing, gloves or special ventilation and has passed the AMS 1452A, AMS 1453 and Boeing D6-7127 ...

Alba Therapeutics Presents New Data for Larazotide Acetate at the 2008 American College of Gastroenterology Annual Scientific Meeting

... CD is a growing public health concern, affecting approximately 3 million people in the United States and over 6.5 million people worldwide. The ingestion of gluten causes an immune response which triggers an inflammatory reaction in the small intestine. This then causes damage to the villi in the small ...

Study Published in Journal of Clinical Psychiatry Showed Once-Daily VYVANSE(R) (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) Significantly Improved ADHD Symptoms in One of the Largest Controlled Stimulant Trials in Adults with ADHD

... more productive lives." VYVANSE is a therapeutically inactive prodrug, in which d-amphetamine is covalently bonded to l-lysine, and after oral ingestion it is converted to pharmacologically active d-amphetamine. The conversion of VYVANSE to d-amphetamine is not affected by gastrointestinal pH and is ...

Anpath Group, Inc. Announces Addition of MRSA and VRE Claims for Its EnviroTru(R) Disinfectant

... cleaner, effective against numerous organisms, and also meets EPA requirements for Toxicity Category IV (no harmful dermal, ocular, inhalation or ingestion effects). EnviroTru(R) does not require protective clothing, gloves or special ventilation and has passed the AMS 1452A, AMS 1453 and Boeing ...

FDA Approves XYZAL(R) (levocetirizine dihydrochloride) Oral Solution for the Relief of Seasonal and Year Round Allergies and Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria

... in hazardous occupations requiring complete mental alertness and motor coordination, such as operating machinery or driving a motor vehicle, after ingestion of XYZAL(R). Concurrent use of XYZAL(R) with alcohol or other central nervous system (CNS) depressants should be avoided because additional ...

Biological Psychiatry Publishes Study Showing VYVANSE Demonstrated Significant Efficacy for Treatment of ADHD for up to 12 Hours After Administration

... time in the evening." VYVANSE is a therapeutically inactive prodrug in which d-amphetamine is covalently bonded to l-lysine, and after oral ingestion it is converted to pharmacologically active d-amphetamine. Release of the active ingredient in VYVANSE does not rely on gastrointestinal factors such ...

Results of VYVANSE(TM) (lisdexamfetamine dimesylate) Pivotal Trial in Adult ADHD Presented at Major Scientific Meeting

... and insomnia (19 percent). VYVANSE is a therapeutically inactive prodrug, in which d-amphetamine is covalently bonded to l-lysine, and after oral ingestion it is converted to pharmacologically active d-amphetamine. The pharmacokinetic profile of VYVANSE is inherent to its chemical prodrug nature and ...

Iomai Announces Data from Phase 2 Field Study of Travelers' Diarrhea Vaccine Accepted for Presentation at ICAAC

... Africa, Asia and Latin America, and about 20 million of those travelers will develop travelers' diarrhea. Travelers' diarrhea (TD) is caused by ingestion of pathogens in contaminated food and water. Of the 54 million travelers to endemic areas, an estimated 17 million will contract TD, making it one of ...

Phase II Results Show Once-Daily Dosing of Human GLP-1 Analog Liraglutide, Brings Patients to A1c Target

... is rapidly broken down in the body and thus not practical as a therapy for type 2 diabetes. GLP-1 is released from the gastrointestinal tract upon ingestion of food. When glucose levels become too high, GLP-1 triggers the release of insulin from the pancreas and decreases the secretion of glucagon, a ...

DOR BioPharma Announces Publication Describing Results of Its Multivalent Botulinum Toxin Vaccine BT-VACC

... that inhibits peripheral nerve function, causing severe and often fatal descending flaccid paralysis. Natural botulism resulting from ingestion of toxin from contaminated food is very rare, but artificially, botulism also can result from bioterrorism and biowarfare. Because extremely small ...

Cosmo Pharmaceuticals Reports Positive Preliminary Phase II/III Data with Rifamycin MMX in Infectious Diarrhea

... 4 times per day for 3 days. The trial assessed non-inferiority versus Normix® (rifaximin) and the primary endpoint was the time from first ingestion of tablet to the last unformed stool. According to the preliminary reports CB-01-11 met this primary endpoint. Mauro Ajani, CEO of Cosmo ...

DOR BioPharma Announces Issuance of European Patent for Its Oral Multivalent Botulinum Toxin Vaccine BT-VACC

... that inhibits peripheral nerve function, causing severe and often fatal descending flaccid muscle paralysis. Natural botulism resulting from ingestion of toxin from contaminated food is very rare, but artificially, botulism also can result from bioterrorism and biowarfare. Because extremely small ...

Non-Invasive Diagnostic Tests for Celiac Disease

... Celiac disease (CD) is an autoimmune inflammatory disease of the small intestine that is triggered in genetically susceptible persons by the ingestion of the gluten-containing grains wheat, rye, barley, and possibly oats. The condition is thought to result from the activation of both a T-cell and ...
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(Date:4/16/2014)... known as Kennedy,s disease, spinal and bulbar muscular atrophy ... slowly progressive muscle weakness and atrophy. Researchers have long ... motor neurons the cells in the spinal cord ... a new study published in the April 16, 2014 ... scientists at the University of California, San Diego School ...
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(Date:4/16/2014)... Panagiotis Papatheodorou from the Institute of Experimental and Clinical ... discovered the receptor responsible for smuggling the toxin of ... The TpeL toxin, which is formed by C. ... food poisoning. It is very similar to the toxins ... Clostridium . The toxins bind to surface molecules and ...
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