Enhanced Oral Delivery of Bisphosphonate by Novel Absorption Enhancers: Improvement of Intestinal Absorption of Alendronate by N-Acyl Amino Acids and N-Acyl Taurates and Their Absorption-Enhancing Mechanisms.

@article{Nakaya2016EnhancedOD,
  title={Enhanced Oral Delivery of Bisphosphonate by Novel Absorption Enhancers: Improvement of Intestinal Absorption of Alendronate by N-Acyl Amino Acids and N-Acyl Taurates and Their Absorption-Enhancing Mechanisms.},
  author={Yuka Nakaya and Mayu Takaya and Yuta Hinatsu and Tammam Alama and Kosuke Kusamori and Hidemasa Katsumi and Toshiyasu Sakane and Akira Yamamoto},
  journal={Journal of pharmaceutical sciences},
  year={2016},
  volume={105 12},
  pages={
          3680-3690
        }
}

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