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InteKrin Therapeutics Announces INT131 Phase 2a Results at the 2009 American Diabetes Association Annual Meeting

...rtive of INT131 acting as a selective modulator of ppargamma in T2DM patients," remarked Dr Alex DePaoli, Chief...-TZD insulin sensitizer and selective modulator of ppargamma (SPPARM). INT131 belongs to a unique, non-TZD che...lidated and robust insulin sensitizing efficacy of ppargamma while minimizing the typical side effects seen wit...

Target for obesity treatment

...tep process: generalized cells first turn into transitional fat cells, then ppargamma helps turn those transitional cells into fat cells. The ppargamma gene actually produces two forms of its protein, called PPARgamma1 and PPAR...
PPARGamma in Biological News

Gut research yields new anti-cancer approach

...esearch. Furthermore, the new studies suggest that ppargamma inhibitors act through some of the same mechanisms... While studying whether compounds known to affect ppargamma could play a role in inflammatory bowel diseases, ... Medical Center found that medium-to-high doses of ppargamma inhibitor killed colorectal cancer cell lines. Des...
PPARGamma in Biological Products

PolarScreen PPARGamma-Competitor Assay Kit, Red from Molecular Probes (Invitrogen)

Description:...icient method for studying and screening potential ppargamma ligands using fluorescence polarization (FP). The ...erminal His-tag and a novel, selective fluorescent ppargamma ligand: Fluormone ppargamma Green (green assay kit) or Fluormone...
Company:Molecular Probes (Invitrogen)
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