2019, English, Thesis edition: Oral lipid-based drug delivery: Inhibiting and eliminating digestion to improve absorption of poorly soluble drugs. ORLAGH FEENEY

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Oral lipid-based drug delivery: Inhibiting and eliminating digestion to improve absorption of poorly soluble drugs
 
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Physical Description
  • thesis (Doctor of Philosophy)
  • DOCTORATE
Published
  • Drug Delivery, Disposition and Dynamics, 2019
Language
  • English

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Title
  • Oral lipid-based drug delivery: Inhibiting and eliminating digestion to improve absorption of poorly soluble drugs.
Author
  • ORLAGH FEENEY
Other Contributors
  • Christopher John Porter (Principal supervisor)
  • Colin W. Pouton (Additional supervisor 1)
Published
  • Drug Delivery, Disposition and Dynamics, 2019
Physical Description
  • thesis (Doctor of Philosophy)
  • DOCTORATE
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Summary
  • This thesis examines the impact of controlling or eliminating fat digestion on the absorption of drugs in the gut. It identifies two strategies to control or evade digestion that improve blood concentrations of therapeutics. These studies are some of the first to establish a link between digestion control and improved drug uptake.
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