Eye of Traldar (Dungeons & Dragons Module DDA3) by Carl Sargent
By Carl Sargent
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This barrier may affect in vitro penetration of the more lipophilic chemicals but probably does not contribute during in vivo absorption in which the dermis layer is normally wellperfused by capillary blood ﬂow. All of the equations examined in this work consist of parameters developed from regressions of experimental measurements. Some permeability coefﬁcient equations are appropriately termed semitheoretical because the chosen functional form of their parameters conforms to a theoretical model.
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