Enhanced Absorption and Lymphatic Transport of Macromolecules via the Rectal Route
The rectal route has long been known as a specific absorption means for the delivery of lipophilic small molecules. In general rectal delivery exhibits several advantages as summarized in Table 1.
KeywordsColloidal Gold Mixed Micelle Brush Border Membrane Vesicle Rectal Administration High Molecular Weight Compound
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