While I do not use amylin/symlin myself, I received this research announcement of work being done at Stanford University in allowing insulin and amylin to be stored in the same vial:
This summary includes a link to the actual paper that was published.
A couple of disclaimers:
A lot of university research announcements seem to hint that commercialization is right around the corner. Many research announcements never reach commercialization and even if they do, that may be 7-15 years downstream.
Note: I received this because I used to work at Stanford (I’m happily retired now …). However, I have zero association with any of these people or departments and didn’t work on anything remotely like this … I was an electronic chip fabrication guy … so I’m not trying to promote or endorse this research in any way other than thinking that the amylin/symlin community might find it interesting.