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A critical review of percutaneous penetration studies

  • M. I. Foreman

Abstract

As is evident from the variety of topics covered in this book, skin, as an organ, performs a number of diverse functions. One is to control the transport of physiologically important material to and from the body, and to prevent so far as possible the ingress of foreign substances. It is this role of skin as a barrier which is of prime interest here. Studies in this area contribute to the further understanding of the structure and function of skin, and have the additional practical importance that transdermal drug delivery has in some circumstances attractive advantages over other methods of drug administration1.

Keywords

Stratum Corneum Diffusion Constant Triamcinolone Acetonide Percutaneous Absorption Skin Penetration 
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