biophase

biophase

the period during which an effective concentration of a drug is maintained in the vicinity of its site of action.
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The buccal absorption of BPA can be viewed as a direct infusion of BPA into the internal jugular vein (in humans) likely to lead downstream to a totally different pattern of BPA biophase exposure compared with intestinal absorption.
Here, the hypotheses were tested that Mirtoselect, an anthocyanin mixture from bilberry, or isolated cyanidin-3-glucoside (C3G), the most abundant anthocyanin in diet, interfere with intestinal adenoma formation in the Apc(Min) mouse, a genetic model of human familial adenomatous polyposis, and that consumption of C3G or Mirtoselect generates measurable levels of anthocyanins in the murine biophase.
It also discusses the generation of new drug device combinations, and biophase materials for tissue engineering products, both being the forerunners in the nanotechnology field that are currently attracting revenue.
We hypothesized that the thyroid hormone activities of HO-PBDEs were dependent on a) the partition of the compounds between water and the biophase, and b) the interaction between the ligands and the receptor TR[beta].
Br], values rend to partition into the biophase (yeast cells).
The stability of the aspartame in feed was analyzed before the start of the study and periodically confirmed throughout the course of the biophase.
The biophase ended at 147 weeks with the death of the last animal at the age of 144 weeks.
The biophase ended at 151 weeks, with the death of the last animal at the age of 159 weeks.