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Anabu ™



Interactions

AnabuT/Drug Interactions:
  • Antiarthritic agentsAntiarthritic agents: In animal research on streptococcal cell wall-induced inflammatory arthritis, N-butyryl glucosamine inhibited subchondral bone loss, while preserving or enhancing bone mineral density (1).
  • AntidiabeticsAntidiabetics: In animal and in vitro research, a variety of glucosamine derivatives modulated insulin secretion by influencing pancreatic islet cells (5).
  • Drugs used for osteoporosisDrugs used for osteoporosis: In animal research on streptococcal cell wall-induced inflammatory arthritis, N-butyryl glucosamine was shown to inhibit subchondral bone loss, while preserving or enhancing bone mineral density (1).

AnabuT/Herb/Supplement Interactions:
  • AntiarthriticsAntiarthritics: In animal research on streptococcal cell wall-induced inflammatory arthritis, N-butyryl glucosamine inhibited subchondral bone loss, while preserving or enhancing bone mineral density (1).
  • HypoglycemicsHypoglycemics: In animal and in vitro research, a variety of glucosamine derivatives modulated insulin secretion by influencing pancreatic islet cells (5).
  • Osteoporosis agentsOsteoporosis agents: In animal research on streptococcal cell wall-induced inflammatory arthritis, N-butyryl glucosamine was shown to inhibit subchondral bone loss, while preserving or enhancing bone mineral density (1).

AnabuT/Food Interactions:
  • GeneralGeneral: In animal research, N-butyryl glucosamine has a rapid but low absorption rate (6). The effect of food, following oral administration of GlcNBu, did not significantly affect bioavailability.

AnabuT/Lab Interactions:
  • Glucose/InsulinGlucose/Insulin: In animal and in vitro research, a variety of glucosamine derivatives modulated insulin secretion by influencing pancreatic islet cells (5).

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