Korean Gliptins Loom Amid Signs Of Shifts In India
A clutch of new dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitors including LG Life Sciences Ltd's gemigliptin and Dong-A ST Co. Ltd 's evogliptin have either just hit the Indian market or are on the horizon amid what some industry watchers say are early signs of a shake-up in volumes in the highly competitive domestic gliptins market.
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