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The cochlear duct epithelium (CDE) constitutes a tight barrier that effectively separates the inner ear fluids, endolymph and perilymph, thereby maintaining distinct ionic and osmotic gradients that are essential for auditory function. However, in vivo experiments have demonstrated that the CDE allows for rapid water exchange between fluid compartments. The(More)
The goal of this article is to discuss the classification of video recordings and images when applied to dissolution testing in USP apparatus 1 and 2. Three use cases are presented. The first case presents the use and classification of video as RBE (review by exception) data under GAMP 5. The second case presents the use of video in formulation development(More)
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