Steven Russo

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Administration of reserpine, an inhibitor of vesicular catecholamine storage, differentially reduced the accumulation of MPP+ formed from MPTP in rats and mice. The effects were most pronounced in the adrenal gland for either species. In rats, reserpine decreased striatal and hippocampal MPP+ levels while in mice reserpine did not affect the disposition of(More)
Peptide and protein drugs have become the new generation of therapeutics, yet most of them are only available as injections, and reports on oral local intestinal delivery of peptides and proteins are quite limited. The aim of this work was to develop and evaluate a water-in-oil (w/o) microemulsion system in vitro and in vivo for local intestinal delivery of(More)
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