Fatty Acid Modified Side Chains

Fatty acid-modified side chains are small molecule modifiers and are one of the important factors that change the pharmacokinetic behavior of insulin products. Peptide drugs have the problem of short half-life and easy degradation in clinical practice. Introducing fatty acid-modified side chains into peptide drugs can increase the hydrophobicity of the drug and increase the biological half-life, thereby reducing the dosage and frequency of medication.