The selection and use of natural and synthetic membranes for in vitro diffusion experiments

Haigh, J.M. and Smith, E.W. (1994) The selection and use of natural and synthetic membranes for in vitro diffusion experiments. European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2 (5/6). pp. 311-330. ISSN 0928-0987

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Abstract

The following membranes are discussed: human skin; animal models (including mouse, hairless mouse, rat, guinea pig, rabbit, monkey, pig, shed snake skin, egg-shell membrane, and synthetic stratum corneum); and synthetic membranes (including cellulose media, filter membranes, and synthetic polymers). Membrane integrity and diffusive characteristics are also considered.

Item Type:Article
Additional Information:Review article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Cellulose--membranes; Membranes--diffusion--in vitro; Diffusion--membranes--in vitro; Polymers--membranes--diffusion; Animals--models--diffusion; Models--animals--diffusion; Skin--diffusion--models; Filters--membrane--diffusion; Methodology--diffusion--membrane models
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Divisions:Faculty > Faculty of Pharmacy
ID Code:627
Deposited By: Prof John Haigh
Deposited On:31 May 2007
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