B

ß adrenergic receptor agonist, 214, 243 ß-blockers 130 ß-cyclodextrins 210 ß-glucosidase 202

fi-glucuronidase 276 B cells 115 B lymphocytes 115 Bacteria

Epithelial 187 Degradation of drugs 165 Bacteroides sp. 150 Bartholin's glands 275 Basal lamina 7 Basement membrane 39 Bauhin's valve 144 Beclomethasone 214 Belt desmosomes. See desmosomes Benzalkonium chloride 213, 262 Benzocaine 55 Benzoic acid 130

Beta adrenergic receptor agonists See fi2

adrenergic receptor agonist Betaxolol-poly-e-caprolactone 265 Bethanechol 102, 122 Bicarbonate 149 Bidisomide 133 Bifidobacterium 150 Bile salts 48, 210, 214 Function 116 Secretion 116 Bioadhesion

Delivery systems 279 Formulation 212 Microspheres 213 Nose 212, 213 Oral mucosa 51 Vaginal 279 Black lipid films 6 Bladder 272 Bleomycin 279 Blood-brain barrier 32 Blood-eye barrier 250, 256, 257 Blood-retinal barrier 267 Bowman's membrane 252 Breathing 230 Bromisoval 173 Bronchiectasis 205, 232, 244 Bronchitis 228, 231, 244 Brownian diffusion 239 Brunner's glands 110, 116 Brush border. See microvilli Budesonide 164, 173, 236 Bulbospongiosus muscle 273 Bulimia nervosa 93 Buprenorphine 54 Buserelin 209 Butorphanol 210

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