Using Completely Randomized Design of Parallel Linear Model for Estimating the Biological Potency of Human Insulin Drugs: An Empirical Study

Citation:
Abonazel, M. R., and M. H. M., "Using Completely Randomized Design of Parallel Linear Model for Estimating the Biological Potency of Human Insulin Drugs: An Empirical Study", Biostatistics and Biometrics Open Access Journal, vol. 3, issue 4, pp. 1-7, 2017.

Abstract:

In this article, we propose using the completely randomized design of parallel linear model in the statistical analysis of the biological assay of Human Insulin injection used by patients with Diabetes mellitus type II. Check the efficacy of insulin drugs should take place because either lower or higher efficacy from the acceptable limits has its complication. Four different batches of insulin product were analyzed by using human insulin reference standard. Estimating the biological activity as a relative potency (relative to the standard) of each batch the result of the four batches was within the acceptable limit of the drug specification. Moreover, we compare our bioassay results with the chemical assay (using HPLC) results of the same batches. Then, we found that all the results were within the acceptable limits and led us to the same conclusions.

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