Antioxidant properties of chosen insulins categorized as short-acting, intermediate-acting and pre-mixed human insulins
- At: 2016 FIP Congress in Buenos Aires (Argentina)
- Type: Poster
- By: OLCZYK, Krystyna (Medical University Of Silesia, Department of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine, Warsaw, Poland)
- Co-author(s): Pawel Olczyk:Department of Community Pharmacy,Medical University of Silesia,Sosnowiec,Poland|Krystyna Olczyk:|Katarzyna Komosinska-Vassev:Department of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine,Medical University of Silesia,Sosnowiec,Poland|Pawel Ramos:Department of Biophysics,Medical University of Silesia,Sosnowiec,Poland|Lukasz Mencner:|Barbara Pilawa:Department of Biophysics,Medical University of Silesia,Sosnowiec,Poland
Insulin replacement therapy is an important part of diabetes treatment representing an effective way of minimizing the risk of long term diabetic complications. Free radical scavenging properties of exogenously delivered human insulins may be of great importance in the treatment of patients with diabetes.
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