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RT-PCR is a sensitive and convenient method suitable for analyzing pharmacokinetics and biodistribution of DNA polyplexes. Surface stabilization of DNA polyplexes can significantly extend their MRT and AUC compared to naked DNA. DNA degradation in rSDN in blood circulation, due to a combined...
LBW as a covariate provides a plausible mechanistic explanation for an observed nonlinear increase in drug CL with TBW and may be suitable for developing dosing strategies that are appropriate for use in the obese population.
Tape stripping is able to increase the Th1 immune response against both DNA and protein vaccines. Therefore, tape stripping appears to have interesting adjuvant effect on intradermal vaccination.
Aminopiperidine conjugates of glu-BAs were potent hASBT inhibitors. A predictive and robust CSP-SAR model was developed.
In situ brain perfusion is a useful technique to determine BBB permeability. Lipophilicity, ionization state, molecular weight and polar surface area are all important determinants for brain penetration. The time to blood-to-brain equilibrium varies widely for different compounds, and is...
The potency and the quality of the immune response against DT administered by microneedle array mediated TCI can be modulated by co-administration of adjuvants.
MRP1, MRP4 and MRP5 are the main efflux transporters in RPE cell lines. There are differences in efflux protein expression between RPE cell lines.
Vesicles (liposomes) have been shown to be excellent vehicles for drug delivery, yet assemblies of vesicles (vesicle aggregates) have been used infrequently in this context. However vesicle assemblies have useful properties not available to individual vesicles; their size can cause localisation...
Sustained release and targeted dermal delivery of all- trans -retinol from oil-in-water emulsions by inclusion of silica nanoparticles is demonstrated.
Apoptosis and autophagic cell deaths are programmed cell deaths and they play essential roles in cell survival, growth and development and tumorigenesis. The huge increase of publications in both apoptosis and autophagic signaling pathways has contributed to the wealth of knowledge in...
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