1,2-didecanoyl-sn-glycero-3-phosphocholine is a lipid of Glycerophospholipids (GP) class.

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Lee J and Choi YW Enhanced ex vivo buccal transport of propranolol: evaluation of phospholipids as permeation enhancers. 2003 Arch. Pharm. Res. pmid:12785740
Zamoon J et al. NMR solution structure and topological orientation of monomeric phospholamban in dodecylphosphocholine micelles. 2003 Biophys. J. pmid:14507721
Adriaens E et al. Effect of absorption enhancers on ciliated epithelium: a novel in vivo toxicity screening method using rotifers. 1997 Pharm. Res. pmid:9144747
Vermehren C et al. Absorption and metabolism of the absorption enhancer didecanoylphosphatidylcholine in rabbit nasal epithelium in vivo. 1997 Drug Metab. Dispos. pmid:9311625
Unmack MA et al. Interference of a short-chain phospholipid with ion transport pathways in frog skin. 1997 Pflugers Arch. pmid:9178620
Röpke M et al. Effects of a short-chain phospholipid on ion transport pathways in rabbit nasal airway epithelium. 1996 Am. J. Physiol. pmid:8897913
Legendre JY and Supersaxo A Short-chain phospholipids enhance amphipathic peptide-mediated gene transfer. 1995 Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. pmid:8526908
Agerholm C et al. Epithelial transport and bioavailability of intranasally administered human growth hormone formulated with the absorption enhancers didecanoyl-L-alpha-phosphatidylcholine and alpha-cyclodextrin in rabbits. 1994 J Pharm Sci pmid:7891298
Carstens S et al. Transport of insulin across rabbit nasal mucosa in vitro induced by didecanoyl-L-alpha-phosphatidylcholine. 1993 Diabetes pmid:8513970
Ernandes JR et al. Studies on the complex formed between glucagon and dicaprylphosphatidylcholine. 1983 Biochim. Biophys. Acta pmid:6882757

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