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Transdermal delivery of ketorolac tromethamine: permeation enhancement, device design, and pharmacokinetics in healthy humans.
Transdermal delivery of ketorolac tromethamine, a potent non-narcotic analgesic, through human skin in vitro and in vivo was investigated. In order to enhance and sustain the flux of ketorolacExpand
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Permeability of ketorolac acid and its ester analogs (prodrug) through human cadaver skin.
The in vitro skin permeabilities of ketorolac acid (KA), a potent nonsteroidal analgesic, and its two ester analogs as prodrug through human cadaver skin were investigated. The two esters of KA,Expand
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Micellar Solubilization of Timobesone Acetate in Aqueous and Aqueous Propylene Glycol Solutions of Nonionic Surfactants
The micellar solubilization of timobesone acetate, a novel topical corticosteroid, was studied in aqueous and aqueous propylene glycol solutions of 1 to 5% nonionic surfactants at 25°C. TheExpand
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Absorption of transdermally delivered ketorolac acid in humans.
Transdermal delivery of ketorolac acid, a potent analgesic, through human skin in vitro and in vivo was evaluated. The following three transdermal solutions were selected to study the in vitro skinExpand
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Glycolysis in dog skeletal muscle.
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Permeability of pure enantiomers of ketorolac through human cadaver skin.
The permeability of pure enantiomers of ketorolac acid, a potent non-narcotic analgesic, through human cadaver skin was evaluated. The melting temperature of each enantiomer was 20 degrees C higherExpand
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Steady‐State Level of Phosphocreatine in the Heart
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The enzymatic microestimation of inosine, adenosine and inosinic acid.
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Release of Lonapalene from Two-Phase Emulsion-Type Ointment Systems
The in vitro release of lonapalene, a novel nonsteroidal antipsoriatic agent, was studied from two-phase emulsion-type ointment systems into a perfect sink of propylene carbonate at 32°C. LonapaleneExpand
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The Enzymatic Microestimation of Urea
Since the reaction goes to completion under experimental conditions, the decrease in extinction (ZlE) at 340 nm is a measure of the amount of NAD formed and thus of the quantity of ammonia present.Expand
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