Diabetes Related Peptides
About Diabetes Peptides
Diabetes, a metabolic disease of increasing prevalence, has attracted much research attention in identifying key regulatory molecules geared towards its prevention and management.
Peptides that are secreted in response to glucose stimulus and known to act on insulin-sensitive tissues have become important therapeutic targets for affecting insulin sensitiveness.
Some of the key peptides involved in the regulation of glucose metabolism include C-peptide, Glucagon-like peptides and Exendins.
Our growing portfolio of diabetes-related peptides elicits important roles in glucose metabolism/modulation via insulin and non-insulin signaling pathways with therapeutic potentials.