Definitions for "Cyclodextrins"
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Microbiology Tinnitus
Are forms of starch that have been shown to enhance the oral absorption of many drugs. Cyclodextrins perform this task by forming unique bonds with their guest compound when combined via solution chemistry. This chemical bond has the ability to enhance the guest compounds aqueous solubility, provide protection in their micro environment, provide more convenient physical forms, and alter their physical properties. In other words, the guest compound is protected inside the apolar cavity of the cyclodextrin cone and smuggled through the lipid membranes of the mouth.