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In vitro permeation studies with natural (animal) membranes. 2. Stability studies and influence of non-ionic tensides on permeation


, : In vitro permeation studies with natural (animal) membranes. 2. Stability studies and influence of non-ionic tensides on permeation. Die Pharmazie 31(5): 301-303


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