Glargine, also known as insulin glargine, is a long-acting insulin analog used in the management of diabetes. It is designed to provide a steady and consistent release of insulin throughout the day.

This helps to regulate blood sugar levels in individuals with diabetes. It is typically administered once daily and has a duration of action that can last up to 24 hours.

One of its key advantages is its ability to mimic the natural pattern of insulin secretion in the body. It forms micro-precipitates in the subcutaneous tissue after injection, which allows for a slow and continuous release of insulin.

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