Pharmaceutical sciences--1970: literature review of pharmaceutics
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Serum concentration and urinary excretion of 3 H-ouabain and 3 H-digitoxin in patients suffering from hyperthyroidism or hypothyroidism
Absorption and conjugation of metyrapone during diphenylhydantoin therapy: mechanism of the abnormal response to oral metyrapone
The influence of magnesium and some other divalent cations on hepatic microsomal drug metabolism in vitro
Release study of sulfaethylthiadiazole (SETD) from a tablet dosage form prepared from spray-congealed formulations of SETD and wax
Kinetics and mechanisms of drug action on microorganisms. X. Action of spectinomycin on Escherichia coli by microbial kinetics
Drug-plastic interactions. II. Sorption of p-hydroxybenzoic acid esters by capran polyamide and in vitro biological activity
Ethylene oxide penetration of the silicone coating used as a lubricant on disposable syringe rubber plunger tips and hypodermic needles
Studies on the site and mechanism of action of phenformin. I. Evidence for significant "nonperipheral" effects of phenformin on glucose metabolism in normal subjects
Dynamic dialysis as a method for studying protein binding. I. Factors affecting the kinetics of dialysis through a cellophane membrane
Dynamic dialysis as a method for studying protein binding. II. Evaluation of the method with a number of binding systems
Intestinal drug absorption and metabolism. I. Comparison of methods and models to study physiological factors of in vitro and in vivo intestinal absorption
Reactions of acetaminophen in pharmaceutical dosage forms: its proposed acetylation by acetylsalicylic acid
Partition of alkylsulfates of quaternary ammonium compounds: structure dependence and transport study
Pentaerythritol tetranitrate sustained-release tablets: relation of in vitro release of the drug to blood pressure changes after administration of anesthetized cats
Intestinal drug absorption and metabolism. II. Kinetic aspects of intestinal glucuronide conjugation
Quantification of the binding tendencies of cholestyramine. II. Mechanism of interaction with bile salt and fatty acid salt anions
Two-compartment model for a drug and its metabolite: application to acetylsalicylic acid pharmacokinetics
Heterogeneous systems. II. Influence of partitioning and molecular interactions on in vitro biologic activity of preservatives in emulsions
Role of surface charge of the blood vessel wall, blood cells, and prosthetic materials in intravascular thrombosis
Interfacial barrier limited interphase transport of cholesterol in the aqueous polysorbate 80-hexadecane system
Quantification of the binding tendencies of cholestyramine. 3. Rates of adsorption of conjugated bile salt anions onto cholestyramine as a function of added inorganic electrolyte concentration, temperature, and agitation intensity
Kinetics of urinary excretion of D-(minus)-mandelic acid and its homologs. I. Mutual inhibitory effect of D-(minus)-mandelic acid and its certain homologs on their renal tubular secretion in rats
Aggregates of antibiotics: stabilities; modes of binding, and methods of disruption of the aggregates of saramycetin and prasinomycin
Micelle size of barium dinonylnaphthalenesulfonate in low polarity solvents by vapor pressure osmometry
Use of the Derjaguin, Landau, Verwey, and Overbeek theory to interpret pharmaceutical suspension stability
Encapsulation of clomacran phosphate [2-chloro-9[3-(dimethylamino) propyl]acridan phosphate] I. Effect of flowability of powder blends, lot-to-lot variability, and concentration of active ingredient on weight variation of capsules filled on an automatic capsule-filling machine
Parameters affecting absorption of griseofulvin in a human subject using urinary metabolite excretion data
Microelectrophoresis and adsorption studies of cholesterol particles in bile salt and alkyl surfactant systems
Physiologic surface-active agents and drug absorption. VII. Effect of sodium deoxycholate on phenol red absorption in the rat
Electrostatic interaction of oil droplets with adsorbed surface-active ions in dilute electrolyte solutions
Formulation of a morphine implantation pellet suitable for tolerance-physical dependence studies in mice
Pharmacokinetic analysis of potentiating effect of phenylbutazone on anticoagulant action of warfarin in man
Dissolution behavior and solubility of anhydrous and dihydrate forms of Wy-4508, an aminoalicyclic penicillin
Objective visual evaluation of the relative content of major and minor defects in tablets and capsules
Thermodynamic analysis of structure-activity relationships of drugs. Prediction of optimal structure
Interaction of hexachlorophene with human epidermis. I. In vivo bioelectrometric study of pH influence
Adsorption of methylene blue by potato starch. Effect of methanol, dioxane, sucrose, and urea in aqueous systems
Cautions regarding the physical interpretation of statistically based structure-activity relationships
A model for the binding of flexible ligands to the surfaces of proteins and other macromolecules. I. Statistical-mechanical treatment
Complexes of ergot alkaloids and derivatives. IV. Investigations into the nature of ergot alkaloid--xanthine complexes
Theoretical approach to sustained-release multiple-dose therapy: noncumulative attainment of desired blood level
Interaction of nitrogen dioxide with cholesterol monomolecular films: effect of initial surface pressure, time of exposure, and concentration of nitrogen dioxide
Complexes of ergot alkaloids and derivatives. V. Interaction of methysergide maleate and caffeine in aqueous solution
Effect of structural similarity on molecular interaction in aqueous solution. Interaction of phenazine and tetramethylpyrimidopteridinetetrone with alkylxanthines and benzene derivatives
Thermal dissociation of sulfonylureas. Dissociation of tolbutamide in a series of aliphatic alcohols and in polyethylene glycol 400
Correlation between the duration of the anticonvulsant activity of diazepam and its physiological disposition in mice
The measurement of binding constants using circular dichroism. Binding of phenylbutazone and oxyphenbutazone
Alterations in deoxyribonucleic acid-bound amino acids after the administration of deoxyribonucleic acid-binding drugs
Interactions of drugs with proteins. I. Binding of tricyclic thymoleptics to human and bovine plasma proteins
Surfactant-mediated dissolution of metformin hydrochloride tablets: wetting effects versus ion pairs diffusivity
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