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Deadman, CM; Kellaway, IW; Yasin, M; Dickinson, PA; Murdan, S; (2007) An investigation into the influence of drug lipophilicity on the in vivo absorption profiles from subcutaneous microspheres and in situ forming depots. J Control Release , 122 (1) 79 - 85. 10.1016/j.jconrel.2007.06.013. Green open access
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Hinsu, D; Murdan, S; (2007) Measurements of trans-onychial water loss (TOWL) using Aquaflux. In: (Proceedings) AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition. Green open access
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McConnell, E; Basit, AW; Murdan, S; (2007) The colon as a site for vaccination: preliminary studies in mice using a nanoparticle vaccine. Presented at: AAPS Annual Meeting, San Diego. Green open access
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McConnell, EL; Basit, AW; Murdan, S; (2007) Chitosan and crosslinked chitosan for colonic specific drug delivery. Presented at: AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, California, USA. Green open access
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McConnell, EL; Basit, AW; Murdan, S; (2007) Quantification of lymphoid tissue in the rat and mouse gastrointestinal tract. Presented at: AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, California, USA. Green open access
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Meng, W; Li, HY; Murdan, S; (2007) Evaluation of different setups for the measurement of drug penetration into the nail. Presented at: 8th Annual Meeting of Skin Forum. Green open access
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Ramaswamy, C; Kim, H-C; Fridan, P; Murdan, S; (2007) Iontophoresis to enhance topical delivery of terbinafine to the nail. Presented at: AAPS Conference, San Diego. Green open access
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Torkar, A; Kristl, J; Murdan, S; (2007) Low-frequency ultrasound to enhance topical drug delivery to the nail. Presented at: AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition, San Diego, California, USA. Green open access
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