For episode #76 of “The Weekly Bioanalysis”, Dom and John talk about the popular topic of GLP-1 Analogues – these series of recent blockbuster drugs with multiple applications, as well as some of their bioanalytical challenges. First, the guys go over a little bit of the mechanism of action of GLP-1’s, then some of the rules around them and their initial diabetic treatments. They talk about the structures, and a little bit about how they are being used in weight loss (which, of course, is how these drugs have become so popular in mainstream culture now). Finally, they will discuss some of the resulting supply chain issues and even some of the bioanalytical challenges and what the future of these GLP-1 Analogues might be. It’s a jam packed show – really an interesting, fascinating topic the guys enjoy discussing.

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