The in vivo transport of elastic vesicles into human skin: effects of occlusion, volume and duration of application.

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In the present study, several aspects of elastic vesicle transport into human skin were investigated in vivo. Surfactant-based elastic vesicles were applied onto human skin in vivo and subsequently a series of tape-strippings were performed, which were visualised by freeze fracture electron microscopy. Factors of investigation for non-occlusive treatment… (More)

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@article{HoneywellNguyen2003TheIV, title={The in vivo transport of elastic vesicles into human skin: effects of occlusion, volume and duration of application.}, author={P. Loan Honeywell-Nguyen and H W Wouter Groenink and Anko M de Graaff and Joke A. Bouwstra}, journal={Journal of controlled release : official journal of the Controlled Release Society}, year={2003}, volume={90 2}, pages={243-55} }