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Oral Delivery of Hydrophilic Drugs to the Brain
A composition comprising a lipophilic derivative of a hydrophilic drug and an amphiphile compound for use in therapy wherein the composition is orally administered to the human or animal body. The invention includes ...
The impact of politics on the application of the Drinking Water Directive (80/778/EEC)
This paper seeks to address a growing lack of historical knowledge in the water industry of how European Union (EU) water policy has developed and been responded to. It also aims to overcome the lack of comparative studies ...
A Randomized Controlled Two-Stage Trial in the Treatment of Bulimia Nervosa, Comparing CBT Versus Motivational Enhancement in Phase 1 Followed by Group Versus Individual CBT in Phase 2
Objective: To conduct a randomized, controlled, two-stage trial in the treatment of bulimia nervosa, comparing cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) versus motivational enhancement in Phase 1 followed by group versus individual ...
English field samples of Thrips tabaci show strong and ubiquitous resistance to deltamethrin
BACKGROUND: Onion thrips, Thrips tabaci Lindeman, is a prevalent pest of glasshouse and field vegetables, such as leeks and salad onions. Pesticides are the main option for control, but this approach risks the evolution ...
A fundamental investigation into the effects of eutectic formation on transmembrane transport
Eutectic systems enhance the permeation of therapeutic agents across biological barriers, but the mechanism by which this occurs has not previously been elucidated. Using human skin it has proven difficult to isolate the ...
Information and decision support needs of parents considering amniocentesis : interviews with pregnant women and health professionals
Our aim was to clarify and categorize information and decision support needs of pregnant women deciding about amniocentesis.