Advances in oral drug delivery: improved bioavailability of poorly absorbed drugs by tissue and cellular optimization
Modification of physicochemical characteristics of active pharmaceutical ingredients and application of supersaturatable dosage forms for improving bioavailability of poorly absorbed drugs
Microfabrication technologies for oral drug delivery
Oral drug delivery utilizing intestinal OATP transporters
Spiral progression in the development of absorption enhancers based on the biology of tight junctions
Gut-associated lymphoid tissues for the development of oral vaccines
Oral biodrug delivery using cell-penetrating peptide
Oral colon delivery of insulin with the aid of functional adjuvants
Oral drug delivery with polymeric nanoparticles: The gastrointestinal mucus barriers
Transepithelial transport and toxicity of PAMAM dendrimers: Implications for oral drug delivery