Bioavailability of aspirin in rats comparing the drug's uptake into gastrointestinal tissue and vascular and lymphatic systems: implications on aspirin's chemopreventive action.

@article{Lichtenberger2016BioavailabilityOA,
  title={Bioavailability of aspirin in rats comparing the drug's uptake into gastrointestinal tissue and vascular and lymphatic systems: implications on aspirin's chemopreventive action.},
  author={Lenard M. Lichtenberger and Tri M. Phan and Dexing Fang and Susanne Edler and Jimmy J Philip and T Li-Geng and Elizabeth J. Dial},
  journal={Journal of physiology and pharmacology : an official journal of the Polish Physiological Society},
  year={2016},
  volume={67 5},
  pages={635-642}
}
Aspirin is an effective analgesic and antiplatelet drug that in addition to its ability to reduce pain, inflammation and fever, appears to have efficacy in the prevention/treatment of a range of diseases including heart disease, numerous cancers and Alzheimer's. It is important to understand the bioavailability of aspirin and its major metabolite, salicylic… CONTINUE READING