Shi-Ling Hu

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Nateglinide, a novel D-phenylalanine derivative, stimulates insulin release via closure of K(ATP) channels in pancreatic beta-cell, a primary mechanism of action it shares with sulfonylureas (SUs) and repaglinide. This study investigated (1) the influence of ambient glucose levels on the insulinotropic effects of nateglinide, glyburide and repaglinide, and(More)
PURPOSE To conduct a systematic review of included studies assessing the association of GP210 and SP100 with the risk of primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC) using meta-analysis. METHODS Five databases, the Cochrane Library, MEDLINE, VIP, CNKI, WANFANG were used to detect the role of GP210 and SP100 in diagnosis of PBC. Approximately 13,000 participants from(More)
Chronic exposure of pancreatic islets to sulfonylureas (SUs) is known to impair the ability of islets to respond to subsequent acute stimulation by SUs or glucose. Nateglinide (NAT) is a novel insulinotropic agent with a primarily site of action at beta-cell K(ATP) channels, which is common to the structurally diverse drugs like repaglinide (REP) and the(More)
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