he monocomponent insulin preparations differ from
the conventional preparations in the following
respects except:
A. They are less allergenic
B. They cause less hypoglycaemic reactions
C. They cause less lipodystrophy
D. They are less liable to induce insulin
resistance
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B. They cause less hypoglycaemic reactions
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