Published in Cancer Weekly, October 18th, 2005
"Gabexate mesilate (GM) and camostat mesilate (CM) are protease inhibitors used for the treatment of pancreatitis, and have been reported to show anticancer effects in vivo. Lipid emulsions (20% fractionated soybean oil) were investigated in terms of physicochemical interaction between the drugs and lipid emulsions as a possible drug carrier," scientists in Japan reported.
"The result showed that the drugs did not distribute in the oil phase but were adsorbed at the phospholipid interface of oil droplets. With increasing concentration of the drugs, the adsorption...
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