glibenclamide


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gli·ben·cla·mide

 (glī-bĕn′klə-mīd′, -bĕng′-)
n.

[gli-, prefix for drugs used to control hyperglycemia (variant of gly-; see glyburide) + ben(zamide), a derivative of benzoic acid; see benzoin + c(arbonyl) + am(ino)- + (sulfonam)ide.]
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Animals in the different groups received either distilled water, left untreated or graded doses of the extracts and standard diabetes drug (Glibenclamide).
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Summary: A simple, rapid, and sensitive HPLC-PDA method has been developed for the simultaneous separation and estimation of metformin (MET), sitagliptin (SIT), glipizide (GPZ), and glibenclamide (GBN).
The cells were also treated with glibenclamide ([K.sub.ATP] channel blocker) to evaluate the potential therapeutic effect of [K.sub.ATP] channels in CDDP neurotoxicity.
Thirty experimental animals were fasted for 12 h and grouped as follows: group 1 (control), treated with isotonic saline solution (ISS, 4 mL/kg); group 2, treated with the fat fraction (16 mg/kg); group 3, treated with the protein fraction (16 mg/kg); group 4, treated with the chitin fraction (16 mg/kg); and group 5, positive control, treated with glibenclamide (10 mg/kg), a sulphonyl urea agent with hypoglycemic action that acts at the pancreatic level as an insulin secretagogue.
Glibenclamide (also known as glyburide) is an oral hypoglycemic agent of the sulphonylurea group widely used in the treatment of type II diabetes mellitus (DM) [8].
Glibenclamide, one of the APIs, has poor solubility in water.