Chapter 4 Conclusion of the Oral Delivery of Therapeutic Proteins and Peptides Research

4.0 Conclusion of the Oral Delivery of Therapeutic Proteins and Peptides Research

The as implied in the preliminary facets of this paper, the intention of the researcher is to explore various strategies for improving the bioavailability of therapeutic protein and peptide. This premise is purposed to propose a systematic endeavour to identify he various factors that prevent the absorption of peptides and proteins across the gastrointestinal lining, and well-founded strategies of improving the bioavailability of these types of drugs. The proposed is geared to pursue this research purpose by exploring relevant literature pieces that touch on relevant topics including the mechanisms of drug absorption in the gastrointestinal tract, barriers to oral administration of protein and peptide drugs, and strategies to augment the delivery of peptide and protein drugs.

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