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Improved bioavailability of poorly soluble drugs through

(9 days ago) Several poorly soluble drugs have presented improved systemic bioavailability when couriered in lipid nanoparticle carriers. In this review, we propose an additional frontier to enhancing the bioavailability of poorly soluble drugs when encapsulated in lipid nano-carriers by imparting muco-adhesion to the particles through application of

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Pharmacophore-guided Virtual Screening to Identify New β3 …

(4 days ago) The β 3-adrenergic receptor (β 3-AR) is found in several tissues such as adipose tissue and urinary bladder.It is a therapeutic target because it plays a role in thermogenesis, lipolysis, and bladder relaxation. Two β 3-AR agonists are used clinically: mirabegron 1 and vibegron 2, which are indicated for overactive bladder syndrome.However, these drugs show adverse effects, …

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Opportunities for milk and milk-related systems as ‘new’ low-cost

(9 days ago) It is apparent from the evolving understanding that while milk may be a bridge too far for translation as an excipient, infant formula is positioned to play a key role in the future because, as a powder-based excipient, it has the performance benefits of milk powder together with the controlled specifications during manufacture and versatility

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Suicide following hospital admission for mental health conditions

(9 days ago) Mental health conditions such as depressive episodes, personality disorders and psychotic episodes, injuries caused by intentional-self-harm and poisonings by certain types of drugs, carbon monoxide and hormones such as insulin can be prioritised for targeting suicide prevention initiatives for persons discharged from hospitals.

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Eliminating hepatitis C infection in Australia through pharmacy …

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Dr Michael Leach, School of Rural Health, Monash University

(8 days ago) Michael is a senior lecturer (education and research) at the Monash University School of Rural Health, Bendigo. His interdisciplinary work encompasses quality and safety in healthcare. His current research projects include VMAX: Understanding methamphetamine use in Victoria; the Gippsland Cancer Survivorship Program; the I.CAN health coaching

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(2 days ago) other drugs and gambling sectors. Leaders in research, data surveillance, specialist treatment, service innovation and capacity building, Turning Point is a centre of excellence and part of Eastern Health. Examine the most recent research evaluating what works in providing effective telehealth services and understand the telehealth management

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(6 days ago) The Preparation and Reactivity of Arylbismuth(III) Dicarboxylates and Diarylbismuth(III) Carboxylates Deacon, G. B., Jackson, W. R. & Pfeiffer, J. M., 1984, In

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Multi-generational impacts of exposure to antidepressant …

(9 days ago) Contamination of the environment by pharmaceutical pollutants poses an increasingly critical threat to aquatic ecosystems around the world. This is particularly true of psychoactive compounds, such as antidepressant drugs, which have become ubiquitous contaminants and have been demonstrated to modify aquatic animal behaviours at very low concentrations (i.e. …

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Altered blood–brain barrier and blood–spinal cord barrier …

(9 days ago) The access of drugs into the central nervous system (CNS) is regulated by the blood–brain barrier (BBB) and blood–spinal cord barrier (BSCB). A large body of evidence supports perturbation of these barriers in neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease. Modifications to the BBB and BSCB are also

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Small-volume in vitro lipid digestion measurements for assessing …

(9 days ago) N2 - Lipid-based formulations improve the absorption capacity of poorly-water-soluble drugs and digestion of the formulation is a critical step in that absorption process. A recent approach to understanding the propensity for drug to dissolve in digesting lipid-based formulations couples an in vitro pH-stat lipolysis model to small-angle X-ray

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(8 days ago) The impact of highly efficacious treatments on hepatitis C prevalence and incidence in people who inject drugs in Melbourne, 2016-current. Viral hepatitis is responsible for more deaths globally than HIV and malaria, with hepatitis C virus (HCV) accounting for a third of viral hepatitis

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President Duterte's 'war on drugs' in the Philippines

(4 days ago) Abstract. This documentary explores issues of human rights, corruption and the abuse of government power in the Philippines, following the election of President Rodrigo Duterte, who stood on a platform of reducing drug crime. At the time of broadcast, more than 4000 people had been murdered in extrajudicial killings, a direct consequence of

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Recent ultrasound advancements for the manipulation of …

(9 days ago) The acoustic cavitation effect induced by the ultrasound-mediated microbubbles (MBs) has been reported to replace drugs in certain acute diseases like ischemic stroke. This review briefly discusses the ultrasound principles, with particular attention to the recent advancements in drug delivery applications.

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