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Transdermal Delivery of Vaccines and Therapeutic Proteins
The author reviews advances in technology that may soon allow transdermal delivery of two of the fastest growing drug classes on the pharmaceutical market. This article is part of a special Drug Delivery issue.


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pp. s14-s20

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