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Skin Permeation of Rosiglitazone from Transdermal Matrix Patches
The authors demonstrate that sustained-release delivery can help avoid the risk of sudden higher-blood concentration of a drug to avoid toxicity.


Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 34, Issue 5, pp. 56-72

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