Pramlintide is a human amylin analog, under development by Amylin (originally in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson), as an adjunct with insulin for the potential prevention of complications of type I diabetes, and as a single agent for type II diabetes [279804], [295121], [305454]. In December 2000, Amylin submitted a US NDA seeking approval to market pramlintide as an adjunctive therapy for type 1 and 2 diabetics using insulin [392527]; the application was accepted for review by the FDA in January 2001 [396938], and was scheduled for review by the Endocrinologic and Metabolic Drugs Advisory Committee on July 26 2001 [408924]. In May 2001, Amylin submitted an MAA for pramlintide to the EMEA [411323] and in October 2001, Amylin received an approvable letter from the FDA for both Type I and insulin-using Type II diabetes; however, at this time, discussions with the FDA were ongoing regarding additional clinical work that was required before the NDA would be approved [425570].

Pramlintide (Amylin) / D. Barlocco. - In: CURRENT OPINION IN INVESTIGATIONAL DRUGS. - ISSN 0967-8298. - 2:11(2001), pp. 1575-1581.

Pramlintide (Amylin)

D. Barlocco
Primo
2001

Abstract

Pramlintide is a human amylin analog, under development by Amylin (originally in collaboration with Johnson & Johnson), as an adjunct with insulin for the potential prevention of complications of type I diabetes, and as a single agent for type II diabetes [279804], [295121], [305454]. In December 2000, Amylin submitted a US NDA seeking approval to market pramlintide as an adjunctive therapy for type 1 and 2 diabetics using insulin [392527]; the application was accepted for review by the FDA in January 2001 [396938], and was scheduled for review by the Endocrinologic and Metabolic Drugs Advisory Committee on July 26 2001 [408924]. In May 2001, Amylin submitted an MAA for pramlintide to the EMEA [411323] and in October 2001, Amylin received an approvable letter from the FDA for both Type I and insulin-using Type II diabetes; however, at this time, discussions with the FDA were ongoing regarding additional clinical work that was required before the NDA would be approved [425570].
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