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Spore exines increase vitamin D clinical bioavailability by mucoadhesion and bile triggered release. [Dataset] (2022)
Dataset
DIEGO-TABOADA, A., SATHYAPALAN, T., COURTS, F., LORCH, M., ALMUTAIRI, F., BURKE, B.P., HARRIS, K., KRUUSM√ĄGI, M., WALTHER, T., BOOTH, J., BOA, A.N., ARCHIBALD, S.J., THOMPSON, C., ATKIN, S.L. and MACKENZIE, G. 2022. Spore exines increase vitamin D clinical bioavailability by mucoadhesion and bile triggered release. [Dataset] Journal of controlled release [online], 350, pages 244-255. Available from: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0168365922005211?via%3Dihub#s0180

Sporopollenin exine capsules (SpECs) are microcapsules derived from the outer shells (exines) of plant spore and pollen grains. This work reports the first clinical study on healthy volunteers to show enhanced bioavailability of vitamin D encapsulate... Read More about Spore exines increase vitamin D clinical bioavailability by mucoadhesion and bile triggered release. [Dataset].

Novel nanoparticle drug delivery systems: application in the in vitro study of Bisnaphthalimidopropyl derivatives against human colorectal cancer cell lines. (2021)
Thesis
BRUNET, M. 2021. Novel nanoparticle drug delivery systems: application in the in vitro study of Bisnaphthalimidopropyl derivatives against human colorectal cancer cell lines. Robert Gordon University, MRes thesis. Hosted on OpenAIR [online]. Available from: https://doi.org/10.48526/rgu-wt-1446968

Colorectal cancer is one of the most severe causes of mortality worldwide accounting for 10% of total cancer cases. Although recent advances in early diagnosis have reduced the mortality rate associated with CRC, patients suffering from the later met... Read More about Novel nanoparticle drug delivery systems: application in the in vitro study of Bisnaphthalimidopropyl derivatives against human colorectal cancer cell lines..