The human skin is marked as a standard by regulatory agencies in the permeation study of dermal formulations. Artificial membranes can substitute human skin to some extent.
Teledyne Hanson is hosting a 45-minute webinar on October 20th, regarding the Comparative Study of Different Membranes Modeling Skin Penetration, which will be presented by Szilvia Berkó, PharmD, PhD., with the Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology and Regulatory Affairs in Szeged, Hungary.
This webinar aims to enhance the efforts of academics and pharmaceutical companies, on creating standard operating procedures and secure, dependable alternatives to replace human skin for conducting permeability research.
Using the Franz diffusion cell approach, this webinar illustrates the applicability of various membranes and introduces a supporting method for a more pertinent analysis of the findings.
Among the highlights are:
- An overview of the specifications for the Franz diffusion cell method’s experimental conditions
- The distinctions between biological and manufactured membranes and the potential uses for each
- Some findings and conclusions from experiments conducted utilizing the Franz diffusion cell method with various membranes.
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