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THE MEASUREMENT OF NANOGRAM AMOUNTS OF PIPERIDINE IN TISSUES BY GAS CHROMATOGRAPHYBARSUHN C.1976; LIFE SCI.; G.B.; DA. 1976; VOL. 18; NO 4; PP. 419-422; BIBL. 12 REF.Article

THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS DOSES OF MINOR TRANQUILIZERS ON PLASMA CORTICOSTEROIDS IN STRESSED RATS.LAHTI RA; BARSUHN C.1975; RES. COMMUNIC. CHEM. PATHOL. PHARMACOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 11; NO 4; PP. 595-603; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

BENZODIAZEPINES, STRESS AND RAT PLASMA CORTICOSTEROIDS: THE ROLE OF INDOLEAMINESLAHTI RA; BARSUHN C.1980; RES. COMMUN. PSYCHOL., PSYCHIATRY BEHAV.; ISSN 0362-2428; USA; DA. 1980 PUBL. 1981; VOL. 5; NO 4; PP. 369-383; BIBL. 8 REF.Article

INHIBITION OF 3H-SPIROPERIDOL BINDING BY AN ENDOGENOUS MATERIAL FROM BRAINLAHTI RA; GAY DD; BARSUHN C et al.1978; EUROP. J. PHARMACOL.; NLD; DA. 1978; VOL. 53; NO 1; PP. 117-118; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

DRUG AFFINITIES FOR THE AGONIST AND ANTAGONIST STATES OF THE OPIOID RECEPTORVERNON CHENEY B; LAHTI RA; BARSUHN C et al.1982; EUR. J. PHARMACOL.; ISSN 0014-2999; NLD; DA. 1982; VOL. 77; NO 4-5; PP. 259-263; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

Use of a cell harvester for the collection of tissue fragments in receptor binding assaysHARRIS, D. W; BARSUHN, C.Journal of pharmacological methods. 1983, Vol 10, Num 3, pp 207-214, issn 0160-5402Article

Routes of delivery : case studies. III : Mechanistic insights to buccal delivery of proteinaceous substancesHO, N. F. H; BARSUHN, C. L; BURTON, P. S et al.Advanced drug delivery reviews. 1992, Vol 8, Num 2-3, pp 197-235, issn 0169-409XArticle

A biophysical model of passive and polarized active transport processes in Caco-2 cells : approaches to uncoupling apical and basolateral membrane events in the intact cellHO, N. F. H; BURTON, P. S; CONRADI, R. A et al.Journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 1995, Vol 84, Num 1, pp 21-27, issn 0022-3549Article

Local topical delivery of drugs: a model incorporating simultaneous diffusion and metabolic interconversion between drug and a single metabolite in the skinSTEHLE, R. G; HO, N. F. H; BARSUHN, C. L et al.Journal of theoretical biology. 1989, Vol 138, Num 1, pp 1-15, issn 0022-5193, 15 p.Article

Paracellular diffusion in Caco-2 cell monolayers : Effect of perturbation on the transport of hydrophilic compounds that vary in charge and sizeKNIPP, G. T; HO, N. F. H; BARSUHN, C. L et al.Journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 1997, Vol 86, Num 10, pp 1105-1110, issn 0022-3549Article

Pharmacological profile of the antidepressant adinazolam, a triazolobenzodiazepineLAHTI, R. A; SETHY, V. H; BARSUHN, C et al.Neuropharmacology. 1983, Vol 22, Num 11, pp 1277-1282, issn 0028-3908Article

Passive diffusion of weak organic electrolytes across Caco-2 cell monolayers : uncoupling the contributions of hydrodynamic, transcellular, and paracellular barriersADSON, A; BURTON, P. S; RAUB, T. J et al.Journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 1995, Vol 84, Num 10, pp 1197-1204, issn 0022-3549Article

The metabolism of 14C-tazadolene succinate in the dogDRING, L. G; BYE, A; CONSTABLE, D. A et al.Xenobiotica (London. Print). 1992, Vol 22, Num 8, pp 963-971, issn 0049-8254Article

Mechanistic studies in the transcuticular delivery of antiparasitic drugs. II: Ex vivo/in vitro correlation of solute transport by Ascaris suumHO, N. F. H; GEARY, T. G; BARSUHN, C. L et al.Molecular and biochemical parasitology. 1992, Vol 52, Num 1, pp 1-13, issn 0166-6851Article

Biophysical model approaches to mechanistic transepithelial studies of peptidesHO, N. F. H; DAY, J. S; BARSUHN, C. L et al.Journal of controlled release. 1990, Vol 11, Num 1-3, pp 3-24, issn 0168-3659Conference Paper

Biophysical transport properties of the cuticle of Ascaris suumHO, N. F. H; GEARY, T. G; RAUB, T. J et al.Molecular and biochemical parasitology. 1990, Vol 41, Num 2, pp 153-166, issn 0166-6851, 14 p.Article

Transcellular peameability of chlorpromazine demonstrating the roles of protein binding and membrane partitioningSAWADA, G. A; HO, N. F. H; WILLIAMS, L. R et al.Pharmaceutical research. 1994, Vol 11, Num 5, pp 665-673, issn 0724-8741Article

Mechanisms of microenvironmental pH regulation in the cuticle of Ascaris suumSIMS, S. M; MAGAS, L. T; BARSUHN, C. L et al.Molecular and biochemical parasitology. 1992, Vol 53, Num 1-2, pp 135-148, issn 0166-6851Article

Human buccal absorption of flurbiprofenBARSUHN, C. L; OLANOFF, L. S; GLEASON, D. D et al.Clinical pharmacology and therapeutics. 1988, Vol 44, Num 2, pp 225-231, issn 0009-9236Article

Theoretical perspectives of anthelmintic drug discovery : interplay of transport kinetics, physicochemical properties, and in vitro activity of anthelmintic drugsHO, N. F. H; SIMS, S. M; VIDMAR, T. J et al.Journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 1994, Vol 83, Num 7, pp 1052-1059, issn 0022-3549Article

Influence of organic acid excretion on cuticle pH and drug absorption by Haemonchus contortusSIMS, S. M; HO, N. F. H; GEARY, T. G et al.International journal for parasitology. 1996, Vol 26, Num 1, pp 25-35, issn 0020-7519Article

Quantitative approaches to delineate paracellular diffusion in cultured epithelial cell monolayersADSON, A; RAUB, T. J; BURTON, P. S et al.Journal of pharmaceutical sciences. 1994, Vol 83, Num 11, pp 1529-1536, issn 0022-3549Article

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