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J Control Release. 1999 Nov 1;62(1-2):129-40.

Biopharmaceutics of transmucosal peptide and protein drug administration: role of transport mechanisms with a focus on the involvement of PepT1.

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  • 1Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, School of Pharmacy, University of Southern California, 1985 Zonal Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90033, USA. vincentL@hsc.usc.edu

Abstract

Non-invasive delivery of peptide and protein drugs will soon become a reality. This is due partly to a better understanding of the endogenous transport mechanisms, including paracellular transport, endocytosis, and carrier-mediated transport of mucosal routes of peptide and protein drug administration. This paper focuses on work related to the elucidation of structure-function, intracellular trafficking, and regulation of the intestinal dipeptide transporter, PepT1.

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