Nateglinide

Also known as , Starlix A phenylalanine derivative of the meglitinide class of agents with hypoglycemic activity. Nateglinide, compared to repaglitinide, binds with a higher affinity to the SUR1 subunit and with a faster onset of action and a shorter duration of...
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Glipizide

Also known as Aldiab, CP 28,720, CP 28720, CP-28,720, Digrin, Dipazide, Glibenese, Glibetin, Glican, Glidiab, Glipid, Glipizida, Glipizidum, Gluco-rite, Glucolip, Glucotrol, Glucozide, Glupitel, Glupizide, Glyde, Glydiazinamide, K 4024, Melizide, Mindiab, Minidab,...
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Glyburide

Also known as Diabeta, Glibenclamida, Glibenclamide, Glibenclamidum, Glyburide, Glynase, Micronase A sulfonamide urea derivative with antihyperglycemic activity that can potentially be used to decrease cerebral edema. Upon administration, glyburide binds to and blocks...
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Glimepiride

Also known as Amaryl, Glimepirida, Glimepiridum, Glim├ępiride A long-acting, third-generation sulfonylurea with hypoglycemic activity. Compared to other generations of sulfonylurea compounds, glimepiride is very potent and has a longer duration of action. This agent is...
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Acarbose

Also known as Acarbosa, Acarbosum, Bay g 5421, Glucobay, Precose A pseudotetrasaccharide and inhibitor of alpha-glucosidase and pancreatic alpha-amylase with antihyperglycemic activity. Acarbose binds to and inhibits alpha-glucosidase, an enteric enzyme found in the...
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