volume 272, issue 1-2, P11-18 2004
DOI: 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2003.11.019
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Abstract: Carboxymethyl guar (CMGS), an anionic semisynthetic guar gum derivative was evaluated for its suitability of use in transdermal drug-delivery systems. Terbutaline sulfate (TS) was used as a model drug. The diffusion of terbutaline sulfate from CMGS solution was relatively slower at pH 5 than at pH 10. It is most likely that the interaction between CMGS and terbutaline sulfate at pH 5 is physical, involving static interaction. The ability of such interactions in modifying the release kinetics of drug from the C…

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