Everted gut sac model as a tool in pharmaceutical research: limitations and applications

@article{Alam2012EvertedGS,
  title={Everted gut sac model as a tool in pharmaceutical research: limitations and applications},
  author={M. A. Alam and F. Al-Jenoobi and A. Al-Mohizea},
  journal={Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology},
  year={2012},
  volume={64}
}
  • M. A. Alam, F. Al-Jenoobi, A. Al-Mohizea
  • Published 2012
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
  • Objectives  This review discusses the limitations and applications of the everted gut sac model in studying drug absorption, metabolism, and interaction. 
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