In vitro behavior of a phosphate ester prodrug of amprenavir in human intestinal fluids and in the Caco-2 system: illustration of intraluminal supersaturation.

Abstract

As a result of their improved aqueous solubility, the development of phosphate ester prodrugs is an interesting approach to increase intestinal absorption of poorly water-soluble drugs. Absorption of a drug from its phosphate ester prodrug is based on intestinal dephosphorylation of the prodrug which may result in intraluminal supersaturation of the parent… (More)

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