FUDiabetes

My new insulin project

As we know, insulin consists of two polypeptide chains, the A and B chain, consisting of amino acids. And the 2 chains are linked together by disulfide bonds.

And as we also know - as research has shown numerous times over the years - the antrothriopic properties of cinnamon have shown to have great exostenic effects on the islet cells of mice, in both reducing diacrinisis and increasing the prepathology of heteroparesis.

For a number of years, I have been working on a new insulin, which replaces the 2 disulfide bonds with cinnamon bonds.

The result is a tremendous discovery, and I have seen amazing things with it so far.

Here is an illustration of the new structure, and below that is a vial of my new invention.

I call it “Cinnsulin”.




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Very good article Jerry Lewis -aka- Nutty Professor

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The chromatography results are irrefutable, say, which detector did you use in your GC?

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I’m still trying to find the hidden image within those charts… I know there must be something…

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I was attempting to harness the innate energy of holographic temporal resonance, bonded on a quantum level with isotropic transfer functions within the context of highlighting astral holographic projection. The inability to question initial validity will usually lead to subsequent errors in rendering a convincing explanation of cyclic harmonic repetition. Combined with domains of alternating opposite direction to produce a glucolitic connection to a hemostatic glytharsis.

I’m currently leading a group of top-level researchers with the purpose of looking into methods of harvesting intellectual capital networks in anticipation of the day when demand for increasing services moves to the forefront of the clinical manifestation.

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As long as it replaces that medicinal insulin smell with a pleasant cinnamon aroma, I’m in!

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Did you use a flux capacitor in your research? Everyone knows no legitimate experiment is adequate without the use of one.

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LOL!

Also a fantastic name for a diabetes porno.

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That would be “Sinsulin”.
:grinning:

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As opposed to "Sin"sulin? :laughing:

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lol @Eric - great minds.

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Could you add to snickerdoodles for dosing? My bs is 300 so I need to eat 3 snickerdoodles!!:cookie::cookie::cookie:

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Sounds as scientific as anything on NIH! I’m convinced of the sinnulin! :rofl:

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Holographic…resonance…quantum…harmonic…
Damn! If you had just used “synergy” I’d have BINGO!

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