Release of selected amino acids from zinc carriers

  title={Release of selected amino acids from zinc carriers},
  author={R Dyja and Barbara Dolińska and Florian Ryszka},
  journal={Acta Pharmaceutica},
  pages={269 - 277}
Abstract The paper deals with the results of an investigation of the release of selected amino acids (histidine, tryptophan, tyrosine) from model suspensions prepared by co-precipitation with zinc chloride. It has been proven that the influence of the Zn(II)/amino acid molar ratio on dissolution profiles of the tested amino acids and dissolution half-life (t1/2) of histidine or tryptophan is significant. The amount of amino acid in the dispersed phase (supporting dose) is a determinant of the… 

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