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Karanian, J. W., Chiesa, O. A., Desai, P., Seward, K. P., Kreitz, M., Virmani,
     R., & Pritchard, W. F. (n.d.). Drug Retention in the Coronary and Femoral
     Arteries is Dependent on the Route of Administration in Swine: Assessment
     of Intimal and Adventitial Intro-Vascular and Systemic Pharmacokinetics and
     Toxicology with Nanopartical Albumin Bound-Paclitaxel.
       This study reported the results of a experiment studying the effects of
       varying coronary delivery on nanoparticle retention, highlighting its
       effectiveness in adventitial delivery versus luminal and intimal
       pathways. This study then continued to suggest the application of the
       latter in determining the efficiency of delivering anti-restenotic drugs
       and the resulting pharmokinetic and toxicity profiles.

DRAFT: This module has unpublished changes.