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Prediction of percutaneous penetration

methods, measurements, modelling : proceedings of the conference held in April, 1989, 1991
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IBC Technical Services Ltd , London
Chemotherapy -- Congresses, Injections, Hypodermic -- Congresses, Medicine -- Congresses, Skin absorption -- Congr
Statementedited by R. C. Scott, R.H. Guy, J. Hadgraft.
ContributionsGuy, Richard H., 1954-, Hadgraft, Jonathan, 1950-, Scott, R. C.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRM169 .P74 1989
The Physical Object
Paginationv.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20381859M
ISBN 101852711175, 1852711876

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The validity of in vitro and in vivo methods for the prediction of percutaneous penetration in humans was assessed using the fungicide ortho-phenylphenol (OPP) (log Po/wMWsolubility in water g/L).In vivo studies were performed in rats and human volunteers, applying the test compound to the dorsal skin and the volar aspect of the forearm, by: Peck CC, Shah VP.

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Percutaneous absorption of a lipophilic surfactant, dodecyl decaethoxylate, can be predicted using in vitro models. In vivo, dermal penetration of dodecyl decaethoxylate was found to be % in 48h.

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Guy, and J. Hadgraft, IBC Tech- nical Services Ltd., London, ( pp, £) This paper back book contains vignettes of current topics in phar. While previous algorithms for predicting the skin absorption of permeants was based on in vitro data, the present article proposes a quantitative structure-activity relationship (QSAR) model based on in vivo human data.

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Percutaneous Drug Penetration TRANSEPIDERMAL TRANSECCRINE I Fig. ration showing the possible routes for percutaneous tly it is believed that a transepidermal route through the seams between the “cells” of the stratum corneum is the principal pathway for most drugs.

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Conclusion: Percutaneous penetration is a highly complicated and dynamic process influenced by numerous skin and environmental factors. Although research over the last few decades has provided plenty of new insights to improve our understanding of percutaneous penetration, many areas lack clarity due to conflicting by: 9.

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Percutaneous absorption of a lipophilic surfactant, dodecyl decaethoxylate, can be predicted using in vitro models.

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In vivo, dermal penetration of dodecyl decaethoxylate was found to be % in 48 h. All of the absorbed dodecyl decaethoxylate in the rat was metabolised and excreted in expired air as carbon dioxide, or in the urine and by: 8.

Prediction of percutaneous penetration: methods, measurements, modelling: proceedings of the conference held in April Complete with nearly drawings, photographs, equations, and tables and more than bibliographic citations of pertinent literature, Percutaneous Absorption, Third Edition details the applied biology of percutaneous penetration factors that affect skin permeation, such as age, vehicles, metabolism, hydration of skin, and chemical structure.percutaneous penetration USE OF DERMAL PENETRATION STUDIES IN RISK ASSESSMENT Decision-making process for setting dermal absorption values Default values Measured values Values from mathematical skin permeation models (e.g.

QSARs/QSPeRs)