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I love my BLOT!
I love my BLOT!
Stars reviews Verified Purchase

I must confess... I love my BLOT , I don't know what I did without it.

love that everything fits!
love that everything fits!
Stars reviews Verified Purchase

I have to tell you the tackle box is just the best, I love that everything fits! even the meter stuff right up top and you can see it, it gave me security that everything I needed is in there as I was just coming home from the hospital with my now diabetic child and so much to learn, Thank You.

I actually love it a lot
I actually love it a lot
Stars reviews Verified Purchase

I like that when it’s in my bag it’s easy to find and it’s super cute. I think it’s a really interesting way to hold all my supplies rather than just a boring bag.

I sent this to my nephew
I sent this to my nephew
Stars reviews Verified Purchase

I sent this to my nephew who is T1D and He loves it! the family was shocked because he's very messy but he has used it consistently since day1

FASTER ACTING INSULIN FROM A SNAIL?!

Posted by Cynthia Katsingris on

FASTER ACTING INSULIN FROM A SNAIL?!

Fast Acting insulins are in clinical use for the treatment of diabetes, BUT these insulins have not reached the same pharmacodynamics as natural insulin from the human pancreas. Fast acting insulins at high concentrations tend to aggregate and this slows down its action after injection. It usually takes about 15 min. for the fastest acting insulin to take effect. But insulin from the marine cone snail works in as little as 5.  They capture their prey using 200 different compounds, one of which is a fast acting insulin and in clinical studies using this insulin structure on human insulin receptors and animals is looking very promising!