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Anti-insulin antibodies in diabetic dogs before and after treatment with different insulin preparations.

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BACKGROUND: Anti-insulin antibodies (AIA) occur in diabetic dogs after insulin therapy, although their clinical significance is unclear. HYPOTHESIS: Treatment of diabetic dogs with heterologous insulin is more likely to stimulate production of AIA than is treatment with homologous insulin. ANIMALS: Diabetic dogs sampled before insulin therapy (n = 40), diabetic dogs sampled following treatment with porcine (homologous) insulin (n = 100), bovine (heterologous) lente insulin (n = 100), or bovi...

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Davison, LJ More by this author
Walding, B More by this author
Herrtage, ME More by this author
Catchpole, B More by this author
Journal:
Journal of veterinary internal medicine / American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Volume:
22
Issue:
6
Pages:
1317-1325
Publication date:
2008
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EISSN:
1939-1676
ISSN:
0891-6640
URN:
uuid:904ade33-cbe3-49db-9864-a441ab884e1f
Source identifiers:
445334
Local pid:
pubs:445334

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