Dermal blood flow, lymphatics, and binding as determinants of topical absorption, clearance and distribution

Cross, Sheree and Roberts, Michael (2006). Dermal blood flow, lymphatics, and binding as determinants of topical absorption, clearance and distribution. In Jim Edmond Riviere (Ed.), Dermal Absorption Models in Toxicology and Pharmacology (pp. 251-281) Boca Raton Florida, USA: Taylor & Francis.

Author Cross, Sheree
Roberts, Michael
Title of chapter Dermal blood flow, lymphatics, and binding as determinants of topical absorption, clearance and distribution
Title of book Dermal Absorption Models in Toxicology and Pharmacology
Place of Publication Boca Raton Florida, USA
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Publication Year 2006
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 9780415700368
Editor Jim Edmond Riviere
Chapter number 13
Start page 251
End page 281
Total pages 31
Total chapters 1
Language eng
Subjects 1102 Cardiovascular Medicine and Haematology
11 Medical and Health Sciences
Abstract/Summary Many experimental methods and mathematical modeling approaches rooted in disciplines outside of toxicology can be effectively applied to estimating dermal absorption. Dermal Absorption Models in Toxicology and Pharmacology explores current approaches and techniques that can be used to quantify dermal absorption with endpoints useful in both toxicology and pharmacology." "Many publications that cover this topic are just too comprehensive and serve primarily as reference works. This book takes a new and different approach. Jim Riviere's editorial guidance ensures that the information is readable, accessible, authoritative, and concise, making it the perfect resource for familiarizing new researchers and students to the field and updating established scientists.
Keyword Dermal Absorption
Q-Index Code B1

 
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