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Human Influx Model

Some substances or drugs do not diffuse well across membranes, usually because the substances are not very lipid soluble.

This leads to poor absorption from the gut or poor diffusion into cells.

Active transporters faciliate this absorption from the gut or transport into cells.

Examples of drugs that utilise these transporters include l-dopa and methotrexate.

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