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Isadore Kanfer

  • PhD/Emeritus Professor
  • Professor
  • University of Toronto Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy
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  • 1818CitationsNumber of citations received by Isadore's publications. Updated daily.

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Research interests

Topical dosage forms for local action and assessment of bioequivalence

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Development of surrogate methods for the assessment of bioequivalence of topical drug products for local action and the determination of the potency of topical corticosteroids using the vasoconstrictor assay (VCA).

Co-authors (138)

Publications (5)

  • Application of an Optimized Tape Stripping Method for the Bioequivalence Assessment of Topical Acyclovir Creams

    • Nallagundla S
    • Patnala S
    • Kanfer I
    N/AReaders
    0Citations
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  • Current challenges in bioequivalence, quality, and novel assessment technologies for topical products

    • Yacobi A
    • Shah V
    • Bashaw E
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    24Citations
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  • Establishing the pharmaceutical quality of Chinese herbal medicine: A provisional BCS classification

    • Fong S
    • Liu M
    • Wei H
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    18Citations
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  • Interactions between phytochemical components of Sutherlandia frutescens and the antiretroviral, atazanavir in vitro: Implications for absorption and metabolism

    • Müller A
    • Patnala S
    • Kis O
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    12Citations
  • Provisional biopharmaceutical classification of some common herbs used in western medicine

    • Waldmann S
    • Almukainzi M
    • Bou-Chacra N
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    15Citations
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Editorships

Journal of Pharmacy& Pharmaceutical Scienced

Associate Editor

1999 - Present

Journal of Pharmacy& Pharmaceutical Scienced

Associate Editor

1999 - Present

Journal of Pharmacy& Pharmaceutical Scienced

Associate Editor

1999 - Present

Professional experience

Professor

Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Toronto

January 2015 - Present