exenatide, for type 2 diabetes

There's excitement about exenatide, for type 2 diabetes.

It was originally isolated from the saliva of Gila monsters. These lizards eat only 4 times a year, and turn off their pancreas the rest of the time.

Exenatide is the first in a new class called incretin mimetics.

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