Orally Administered Bacteria As Vehicles for Systemic Delivery of Agents
The current invention relates to the use of a bacterial species in the preparation of a composition adapted for oral administration for the delivery of an agent to a site in the body. The site in the body may be an organ or a tumour site. The bacterial species is a food grade, non-pathogenic, gram-positive bacteria capable of anaerobic growth.
O'SULLIVAN GERALD [IE]; TANGNEY MARK [IE]; VAN SINDEREN DOUWE [IE]; CRONIN MICHELLE [IE]
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