Direct Effects of Exendin-(9,39) and GLP-1-(9,36)amide on Insulin Action, β-Cell Function, and Glucose Metabolism in Nondiabetic Subjects. Diabetes 2013;62:2752–2756

Sathananthan M, Farrugia LP, Miles JM, Piccinini F, Dalla Man C, Zinsmeister AR, Cobelli C, Rizza RA, Vella A. Direct Effects of Exendin-(9,39) and GLP-1-(9,36)amide on Insulin Action, β-Cell Function, and Glucose Metabolism in Nondiabetic Subjects. Diabetes 2013;62:2752–2756

In the article listed above, there was an error in the sentence reading, “On the other hand, exendin-(9,39), which arises from the removal of the two NH2-terminal amino acids, is a competitive antagonist of GLP-1 at the GLP-1R (5).” The sentence should read, “On the other hand, exendin-(9,39), which differs from exendin-(7,39) by the loss of two NH2-terminal amino acids, is a competitive antagonist of GLP-1 at the GLP-1R (5).”

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