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Oral administration of insulin Imitating the natural pathway


, : Oral administration of insulin Imitating the natural pathway. Gregoriadis, G , Florence, A T , Poste, G NATO ASI Series Series A Life Sciences; Targeting of drugs 3: The challenge of peptides and proteins : 89-95


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