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According to the news editors, the research concluded: "These results do not correlate with those observed in vivo when edelfosine-lipid nanoparticles were administered orally in mice, which suggests that the microfold model is not a good model to study the absorption of edelfosine-lipid nanoparticles across the intestinal barrier in vitro."
For more information on this research see: In vitro intestinal co-culture cell model to evaluate intestinal absorption of edelfosine lipid nanoparticles. Current Topics In Medicinal Chemistry, 2014;14(9):1124-32. (
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