acarbose


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ac·ar·bose

 (ăk′är-bōs′)
n.
A drug, C25H43NO18, that reduces blood glucose levels by inhibiting the breakdown of complex carbohydrates in the intestine and is used to treat type 2 diabetes.

acarbose

(eɪˈkɑːbəʊs)
n
a type of diabetes medicine taken orally to slow and reduce the supply of glucose to the blood.
Translations

acarbose

n acarbosa
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Acarbose was used as positive control and the uninhibited enzyme was taken as negative control (DMSO control).
Of them, the glucosidase inhibitors such as acarbose has been demonstrated to have beneficial effects in preventing the incidence of acidosis in steers (McLaughlin et al.
Comparison of insulin monotherapy and combination therapy with insulin and metformin or insulin and rosiglitazone or insulin and acarbose in type 2 diabetes.
Effects on lipid profile of dipeptidyl peptidase 4 inhibitors, pioglitazone, acarbose, and sulfonylureas: meta-analysis of placebo-controlled trials.
become hotspots in the globe, the classic drugs like Acarbose, Metformin, etc.
In 2004, Bayer sales of Acarbose totalled 278 million Euro (US 379 million, as of 31 Dec 204)' (McGown 2006).
Current management of increasing insulin sensitivity includes the usage of sulphonylureas, acarbose, or insulin.
Acarbose, an a-glucosidase inhibitor, prevents absorption of sugar from the gastrointestinal tract and has been investigated in at least 2 pilot studies (49, 50).
2006) Combined treatment with exercise training and acarbose improves metabolic control and cardiovascular risk factor profile in subjects with mild type 2 diabetes.
8 percent for alpha-amylase compared to acarbose and 103.