Entries by Karen Hynes

Phase 2a trial results support development of dasiglucagon in the iLet™ pump system for type 1 diabetes

Dasiglucagon* is a potential first-in-class glucagon analog for prevention and treatment of low blood sugar in type 1 diabetes using an automated pump system Dasiglucagon was dosed using the iLet™ platform, a state-of-the-art dual-hormone artificial pancreas pump system, administering both glucagon and insulin In the Phase 2a trial, dasiglucagon together with insulin was observed to […]

Zealand initiates Phase IIa clinical trial with dasiglucagon in a dual-hormone artificial pancreas system from Beta Bionics

An automated delivery system with both insulin and glucagon holds potential to become a paradigm shift in the treatment of type 1 diabetes In December, Zealand initiated two Phase IIa trials, to test dasiglucagon’s potential in a dual-hormone artificial pancreas system Results from both trials are expected in H1 2017 Copenhagen, 13 December 2016 – Zealand […]

Zealand and Beta Bionics to collaborate on the development of a first-in-class dual-hormonal bionic pancreas system for treatment of people with type 1 diabetes

Synergistic match of Beta Bionics’s dual-hormonal, artificial, or bionic, pancreas device platform, the iLet, and Zealand’s novel liquid stable glucagon analog, ZP4207 An automated insulin + glucagon delivery system with integrated continuous blood glucose monitoring and mathematical dosing algorithms offers the potential for a paradigm shift in the treatment of diabetes Expected next step under […]