The results of of the study indicate Viador GLP1 agonist.

The results of of the study indicate Viador – GLP1 agonist, very pleased and with a preferred extended PK profile compared to Exenatide , the injected GLP – 1 agonist is well tolerated. Transdermal applications Viador GLP1 agonist resulted in therapeutic blood levels for approximately 20 hours compared to 6 hours after the injection of exenatide. At the same time allows postprandial blood glucose levels were in line with Viador – GLP1 extended PK profiles.

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