Regulation of drug absorption from small intestine by enteric nervous system I: a poorly absorbable drug via passive diffusion.


To investigate the regulation of drug absorption from the small intestine by the enteric nervous system (ENS), the vascular-luminal perfusion study and the in-vitro transport study were performed by employing phenol red as a poorly absorbable model compound. The effect of ENS on the intestinal absorption of phenol red was examined by adding epinephrine, an… (More)


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