With the World Health Organization (WHO) predicting that diabetes will be the seventh-leading cause of death worldwide by 2030, diabetes research is of increasing importance.1 This week we are pleased to present a selection of new products for diabetes and obesity research, offered by Peptides International:
- Anti GIP (Rat) Serum NAY-8102-v
- Anti GIP (18–42) (Rat) Serum NAY-8103-v
Gastric inhibitory polypeptide (GIP) helps stimulate insulin secretion.
- Insulin I (Rat, Mouse) PIN-4501-v
- Insulin II (Rat, Mouse) PIN-4502-v
Insulin, a peptide hormone secreted by the islet cells in the pancreas, is responsible for the body’s ability to effectively process sugar.
- Pancreastatin (Dephosphorylated Porcine) PAN-3978-PI
Pancreastatin has been found to inhibit insulin secretion.
Diabetes Research Products related to this week’s PepTalk:
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