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Thursday, Oct 20, 2022
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7:00 AM CDT
(12 PM GMT)


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1:00 CDT
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8:00 PM CDT
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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.

We invite you join us for this informative, 45-minute webinar, followed by an interactive Q&A session, sponsored by Teledyne Hanson and presented by Szilvia Berkó, PharmD, PhD., with the Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology and Regulatory Affairs in Szeged, Hungary.

Academicians and pharmaceutical corporations are focusing their efforts on developing standardized protocols and safe, reliable options to substitute human skin for carrying out permeability studies. This webinar demonstrates the applicability of different membranes using the Franz diffusion cell method and presents a supporting technique for a more relevant evaluation of the results.

Highlights include:

  • A description of the requirements for the experimental conditions of the Franz diffusion cell method
  • The difference between synthetic and biological membranes and their application possibilities
  • Some results and conclusions of the experimental tests carried out using the Franz diffusion cell method with different membranes.

You’ll want to take advantage of this opportunity to confer directly with an expert as it relates to your specific applications. We look forward to speaking with you!