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|Title:||Methods for regulating gastrointestinal motility|
|Abstract:||Methods for treating conditions associated with elevated, inappropriate or undesired post-prandial blood glucose levels are disclosed which comprise administration of an effective amount of an amylin agonist alone or in conjunction with other anti-gastric emptying agents. Methods for reducing gastric motility and delaying gastric emptying for therapeutic and diagnostic purposes are also described.|
|Inventor(s):||Kolterman; Orville G. (Poway, CA), Young; Andrew A. (Alpine, CA), Rink; Timothy J. (La Jolla, CA), Keating Brown; Kathleen Ann (Wake Forest, NC)|
|Assignee:||Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (San Diego, CA)|
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|Patent Number||Expiration Date|
|6,608,029||August 19, 2015|
|Country||Document Number||Estimated Expiration||Supplementary Protection Certificate||SPC Country||SPC Expiration|
|Austria||197549||<disabled in preview>|
|Australia||7685894||<disabled in preview>|
|Bulgaria||100463||<disabled in preview>|
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