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In the presented review the data on searching for new drugs for diabetes mellitus treatment are analyzed. These drugs are used for metabolic disorder correction leading to hyperglycemia: β-cells dysfunction, peripheral insulin resistance, increased hepatic glucose output.

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A. A. Spasov

Volgograd State Medical University, Russian Federation

Author for correspondence.
PhD, Professor, RAMS academician, Honored Worker of Science of Russian Federationa, Head of Department for Pharmacology, Volgograd State Medical University. Address: 400131, Volgograd, Pavshikh Bortsov Sq., 1; tel.: (8442) 94-24-23 Russian Federation

V. I. Petrov

Volgograd State Medical University, Russian Federation

PhD, Professor, RAMS academician, Honored Worker of Science of Russian Federation, Honored Doctor of Russian Federation, Chancellor of Volgograd State Medical University Address: 400131, Volgograd, Pavshikh Bortsov Sq., 1; tel.: (8442) 55-17-70 Russian Federation

N. I. Cheplyaeva

Volgograd State Medical University, Russian Federation

Junior Research Worker, Laboratory of Antioxidants Pharmacology, Research Institute of Pharmacology, Volgograd State Medical University Address: 400131, Volgograd, Pavshikh Bortsov Sq., 1; tel.: (8442) 97-15-34 Russian Federation

K. V. Lenskaya

Volgograd State Medical University, Russian Federation


PhD, Doctoral Student of Pharmacology Department, Volgograd State Medical University Address: 400131, Volgograd, Pavshikh Bortsov Sq., 1; tel.: (8442) 97-15-34

Russian Federation


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