|Title:||Membrane for electrotransport transdermal drug delivery|
|Abstract:||A membrane capable of inhibiting agent release from a delivery system when no electrical current is flowing and yet provide minimal impedance to electrically-assisted agent delivery, useful both for incorporating into electrotransport agent delivery systems and for use in measuring agent release rates in in vitro testing.|
|Inventor(s):||Theeuwes; Felix (Los Altos, CA), Gyory; J. Richard (Los Altos, CA), Haak; Ronald P. (Cupertino, CA)|
|Assignee:||Alza Corporation (Palo Alto, CA)|
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