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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 6: Chromatograms of different concentrations of insulin and pramlintide in (A) mobile phase, (B) loading medium, and (C) release medium. In each set of chromatograms A1, B1, and C1 represent low concentration, insulin at 30 µg/mL and pramlintide at 1.2 µg/mL; A2, B2, and C2 represent medium concentration, insulin at 150 µg/mL and pramlintide at 5 µg/mL; and A3, B3, and C3 show the highest concentration, insulin at 360 µg/mL and pramlintide at 12 µg/mL.

Figure 6: Chromatograms of different concentrations of insulin and pramlintide in (A) mobile phase, (B) loading medium, and (C) release medium. In each set of chromatograms A<sub>1</sub>, B<sub>1</sub>, and C<sub>1</sub> represent low concentration, insulin at 30 µg/mL and pramlintide at 1.2 µg/mL; A<sub>2</sub>, B<sub>2</sub>, and C<sub>2</sub> represent medium concentration, insulin at 150 µg/mL and pramlintide at 5 µg/mL; and A<sub>3</sub>, B<sub>3</sub>, and C<sub>3</sub> show the highest concentration, insulin at 360 µg/mL and pramlintide at 12 µg/mL.