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Receptor mediated transcytosis in biological barrier: The influence of receptor character and their ligand density on the transmembrane pathway of active-targeting nanocarriers Journal article
BIOMATERIALS, 2018,Volume: 180,Page: 78-90
Authors:  Xiaoning Song;  Rui Li;  Hailiang Deng;  Ye Li;  Yanan Cui;  Hua Zhang;  Wenbing Dai;  Bing He;  Ying Zheng;  Xueqing Wang;  Qiang Zhang
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Nanocarriers  Caco-2 Cell Monolayer  Receptor Character  Ligand Density  Intracellular Transport  Transcytosis  
Predicting the human jejunal permeability and fraction absorbed of fluoroquinolones based on a biophysical model Conference paper
Frontiers in Biomedical Engineering and Biotechnology, Beijing, China, 2014-9-25-28
Authors:  Chenyin W.;  Avdeef A.;  Wen Z.;  Tam K.Y.
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Caco-2  Fluoroquinolones  Fraction Absorbed  Human Intestine  Permeability  
Stereoselective metabolism of (+/-)-praeruptorin A, a calcium channel blocker from Peucedani Radix, in pooled liver microsomes of rats and humans Journal article
XENOBIOTICA, 2012,Volume: 42,Issue: 3,Page: 221-237
Authors:  Song, YL (Song, Y. L.);  ing, WH (Jing, W. H.);  Zhao, HY (Zhao, H. Y.);  Yan, R (Yan, R.);  Li, PT (Li, P. T.);  Wang, YT (Wang, Y. T.)
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Aninitric-oxide Production  Caco-2 Cell Monolayers  Anti-aids Agents  Angelica-furcijuga  In-vitro  Inhibitory-activities  Human Cytochrome-p450  Species-differences  Cancer-cells  Qian-hu  
The role of turmerones on curcumin transportation and P-glycoprotein activities in intestinal caco-2 cells Journal article
Journal of Medicinal Food, 2012,Volume: 15,Issue: 3,Page: 242-252
Authors:  Yue G.G.L.;  Cheng S.-W.;  Yu H.;  Xu Z.-S.;  Lee J.K.M.;  Hon P.-M.;  Lee M.Y.H.;  Kennelly E.J.;  Deng G.;  Yeung S.K.;  Cassileth B.R.;  Fung K.-P.;  Leung P.-C.;  Lau C.B.S.
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Caco-2 Cells9  Curcuma Longa  Curcumin  P-glycoprotein  Turmerone  
Intestinal transport of scutellarein and scutellarin and first-pass metabolism by UDP-glucuronosyltransferase-mediated glucuronidation of scutellarein and hydrolysis of scutellarin Journal article
Xenobiotica, 2011,Volume: 41,Issue: 7,Page: 538-548
Authors:  Yazhi Wang;  Heisio Ao;  Zhengming Qian;  Ying Zheng
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Udp-glucuronosyltransferase  Scutellarein (s)  Scutellarin (Sg)  Caco-2 Cell Monolayer  Glucuronidation  
Intestinal permeability of the constituents from the roots of saposhnikovia divaricata in the human caco-2 cell monolayer model Journal article
Planta Medica, 2011,Volume: 77,Issue: 13,Page: 1531-1535
Authors:  Zhao B.;  Yang X.-B.;  Yang X.-W.;  Wu Q.;  Wang Y.;  Zhang L.-X.;  Xu W.
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Caco2 cell monolayer  chromones  coumarins  Saposhnikovia divaricata  Umbelliferae  
The membrane transport of flavonoids from Crossostephium chinense across the Caco-2 monolayer Journal article
Biopharmaceutics and Drug Disposition, 2011,Volume: 32,Issue: 1,Page: 16-24
Authors:  Wang Y.;  Wu Q.;  Yang X.-W.;  Yang X.;  Wang K.
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Caco-2  efflux  flavonoids  MRP  selagin  
Transport and metabolism of (±)-praeruptorin A in Caco-2 cell monolayers Journal article
Xenobiotica, 2011,Volume: 41,Issue: 1,Page: 71
Authors:  Jing W.H.;  Song Y.L.;  Yan R.;  Bi H.C.;  Li P.T.;  Wang Y.T.
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(±)-praeruptorin a  Caco-2 Cells  Enantioselectivity  Hydrolysis  Metabolism  Transport  
Characterization of metabolism and in vitro permeability study of notoginsenoside R1 from radix notoginseng Journal article
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2010,Volume: 58,Issue: 9,Page: 5770
Authors:  Ruan J.-Q.;  Leong W.-I.;  Yan R.;  Wang Y.-T.
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Caco-2  Intestinal Bacteria  Metabolism  Notoginsenoside R1  Permeability  Radix Notoginseng  
Study on absorption mechanisms of Zedoary Turmeric oil by Caco-2 cell model Journal article
Chinese Pharmaceutical Journal, 2007,Volume: 42,Issue: 16,Page: 1228
Authors:  Leng W.;  Zheng Y.;  Li S.-P.;  Yang F.-Q.;  Wang Y.-T.
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Absorption mechanism  Caco-2 cell absorption model  Passive diffusion  Zedoary turmeric oil