Current status and future potential of transdermal drug delivery

@article{Prausnitz2004CurrentSA,
  title={Current status and future potential of transdermal drug delivery},
  author={Mark R. Prausnitz and Samir Mitragotri and Robert Langer},
  journal={Nature Reviews Drug Discovery},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={115-124}
}
The past twenty five years have seen an explosion in the creation and discovery of new medicinal agents. Related innovations in drug delivery systems have not only enabled the successful implementation of many of these novel pharmaceuticals, but have also permitted the development of new medical treatments with existing drugs. The creation of transdermal delivery systems has been one of the most important of these innovations, offering a number of advantages over the oral route. In this article… 
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