possible auto-immune response to nasally administered neurohormone agonist?

P. Sage polysage at yahoo.com
Fri Jun 20 03:57:16 EST 2003


"Geronimo" <user at server.com> wrote in message news:<I2pIa.9971$5d.744362 at news20.bellglobal.com>...
> You meant a neurohormone receptor agonist (the peptide in question binds the
> receptor of that particular neurohormone). To my knowledge, in patients
> treated with non-human insulin there have been documented immune reactions
> against human insulin. Hope that answers your question.

That's interesting information. Could you possibly point me in the
direction of a reference for that finding?

Do you have any idea what the medical ramifications of this were to
those patients?

Thanks again



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