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Permeation Mechanism of Caffeine and Naproxen through in vitro Human Epidermis: Effect of Vehicles and Penetration Enhancers.

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Summary of "Permeation Mechanism of Caffeine and Naproxen through in vitro Human Epidermis: Effect of Vehicles and Penetration Enhancers."

The mechanisms by which permeation enhancers increase human skin permeation of caffeine and naproxen were assessed in vitro.

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Name: Skin pharmacology and physiology
ISSN: 1660-5535
Pages: 132-141

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