volume 269, issue 2, P311-322 2004
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2003.09.017
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Abstract: Targeting of the central nervous system by direct drug transport from the nose to the brain has gained increased attention through the last decade. In the present study, a model for olfactory drug absorption has been investigated using intravenous and unilateral nasal administration of lidocaine hydrochloride in rats. To investigate the possible drug delivery aspects of this route of transport to a central part of the brain a microdialysis model using in vivo recovery by calibrator was applied to the systemic …

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