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Teneligliptin – The Newest DPP4 Inhibitor

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  • Medical Services, Centaur Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd., India
  • Jaslok Hospital, Mumbai, India

Abstract


Teneligliptin is the newest DPP4 inhibitor approved by the regulatory authority for the treatment of Diabetes mellitus. Teneligliptin scores over other 'gliptins' in being more economical and with better efficacy to control blood glucose and HbA1C levels. Teneligliptin additionally offers other pharmacological advantages like longer half-life, lesser IC50 value, tight and extensive binding to the DPP4 enzyme. Teneligliptin has been studies extensively for its safety and efficacy in various clinical trials conducted internationally. This review article comprehensively documents the available clinical and pharmacological data for Teneligliptin in the treatment of Diabetes mellitus.

Keywords

Diabetes Mellitus, Teneligliptin, HbA1C, Fasting Blood Glucose, Post Prandial Blood Glucose.

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