In Vitro Percutaneous Absorption: Principles, Fundamentals, and Applications

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Taylor & Francis, Jul 24, 1991 - Medical - 288 pages
This book covers all major areas of interest in the rapidly expanding field of in vitro methods for percutaneous absorption studies. Specific areas discussed include diffusion cell design, receptor fluid, preparation of skin, and temperature. The book covers experimental methodology, as well as the underlying principles and fundamentals that help professionals and students gain an understanding of the basis for currently used methodology.

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