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Primary Objective: To determine the bioequivalence of a single dose of one tablet of sotagliflozin (test) compared to two tablets of sotagliflozin (reference) under fasting conditions in healthy male and female subjects Secondary Objectives: - To evaluate the single-dose pharmacokinetics of sotagliflozin following administration of one tablet sotagliflozin (test) compared to two tablets of sotagliflozin (reference) in healthy male and female subjects under fasting conditions - To evaluate safety and tolerability of one tablet sotagliflozin (test) compared to two tablets of sotagliflozin (reference) administered under fasted conditions in healthy male and female subjects
To investigate the role of ATP sensitive K+ potassium channels and the Na+/K+ pump in the development of fatigue in healthy and in pre/diabetic subjects.
Agonistic activation of fat metabolite responsive G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCR) has been linked to improved glucose metabolism through increased glucose-stimulated-insulin-secreting (GSIS) and incretin release, improved insulin sensitivity and reduced low grade inflammation. In vitro studies have demonstrated that pinolenic acid (20% of pine nut oil) is a potent dual agonist of two GPCRs: free fatty acid receptor-1 (FFA1, formerly GPR40) and free fatty acid receptor-4 (FFA4, formerly GPR120). Moreover, pinolenic acid was able to improve glucose tolerance in mice. G-protein-coupled receptor-119 (GPR119) is known to be activated by the monoacylglycerol: 2-oleoylglycerol (2OG), which is a glycerol molecule attached to oleic acid in the second position. Olive oil contains 61-80% oleic acid, and under digestion 2OG is produced. 2OG has been shown to stimulate GLP-1 release in humans and interestingly, it has recently been suggest that simultaneous activation of GPR119 and FFA1 acts in synergy and enhances enteroendocrine GLP-1 secretion more than the summarized individual agonistic activation. However, this remains to be evaluated in humans. The investigators hypothesize that a combination of pinolenic acid and 2OG administered in delayed release capsules will act in synergy and enhance 1) GLP-1 secretion by stimulating FFA1/FFA4 and GPR119 on enteroendocrine cells causing improved GSIS and increased satiety and 2) enhance GSIS by directly stimulating FFA1 and GPR119 on beta-cells. Study aim: To investigate the acute effects of pinolenic acid combined with 2OG (olive oil) versus pinolenic acid alone on changes in glucose tolerance, insulin, GLP-1, GIP and ghrelin secretion, appetite and gastrointestinal tolerability in overweight and obese healthy humans.
Primary Objective: To demonstrate the superiority of once weekly injection of efpeglenatide in comparison to placebo in glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) change in participants with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) inadequately controlled with metformin alone or in combination with sulfonylurea (SU). Secondary Objectives: - To demonstrate the superiority of once weekly injection of efpeglenatide in comparison to placebo on glycemic control. - To demonstrate the superiority of once weekly injection of efpeglenatide in comparison to placebo on body weight. - To evaluate the safety of once weekly injection of efpeglenatide.
This study is a double blind, randomized, investigator initiated study on glucose-lowering effects and Safety of Adding 0.25 or 0.5 mg Duvie (Lobeglitazone) in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes With Inadequate Control on Metformin and DPP-4 Inhibitor Therapy. The primary aim of the study is to compared changes of HbA1c between 0.25mg robeblitazone add-on group and 0.5mg robeglitazone add-on group.
This project will provide an exercise-based lifestyle intervention with the potential to reduce complications for patients with short standing type 2 diabetes (T2D). While exercise is widely accepted as a component of T2D management, little is known about the additive effect of exercise when combined with a diet on T2D pathophysiology and mechanisms believed to lead to micro- and macrovascular complications. Moreover, the necessary dose of exercise to revert the progression of T2D and the related complications has not been investigated. A large-scale randomized controlled trial (RCT) will be essential to document the effectiveness on reducing the risk of T2D complications. However, prior to conducting a large-scale RCT, we need to specify the exercise dose that efficiently compliments the diet. In a 4-armed randomized, clinical trial (N=80 T2D patients, T2D duration < than 7 years) we aim to investigate 1) the potential additive role of exercise on pancreatic β-cell function in patients with T2D when combined with a diet, 2) the causal relationship between lifestyle-induced reductions in glycaemic variability, oxidative stress and low-grade inflammation and, 3) the role of exercise in rescuing dysregulated muscle progenitor cells. The participants will be randomly allocated to either a) control, b) diet, c) diet and exercise 3 times/week or d) diet and exercise 6 times/week for 16 weeks. Prior to, during and following the interventions, all participants will undergo extensive testing.
Primary Objective: To demonstrate that the simple daily titration algorithm is non-inferior to the weekly titration algorithm according to Canadian labeling. Secondary Objective: To gain additional information on the efficacy and safety of using a simple patient-titration protocol for administration of insulin glargine/lixisenatide fixed-ratio combination (iGlarLixi).
The clinical study of the effect of highland barley diet on blood glucose in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus
Primary Objective: To demonstrate the superiority of sotagliflozin dose 1 versus placebo on hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) reduction in Chinese patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) who have inadequate glycemic control on metformin alone or metformin in combination with sulfonylurea. Secondary Objectives: To compare sotagliflozin dose 1 versus placebo for change in 2-hour postprandial glucose (PPG) following a mixed meal tolerance test (MMTT), change in fasting plasma glucose (FPG), and change in body weight. - To compare sotagliflozin dose 2 versus placebo for change in HbA1c, change in 2-hour PPG following a MMTT, change in FPG, and change in body weight. - To compare sotagliflozin dose 2 and sotagliflozin dose 1 versus placebo for change in systolic blood pressure (SBP) for all patients, and change in SBP for patients with baseline SBP ≥130 mmHg. - To evaluate the safety of sotagliflozin dose 2 and sotagliflozin dose 1 versus placebo.
Primary Objective: To assess the efficacy of Gla-300 on glycemic control measured by hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) change in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) uncontrolled with their current basal insulin following the switch to Gla-300. Secondary Objectives: To evaluate the effects of Gla-300 on glycemic control, treatment satisfaction, and health care resource utilization (HCRU) outcomes. To evaluate the safety of Gla-300.