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Problem 1E

The article “Improved Bioequivalence Assessment of Topical Dermatological Drug Products Using Dermatopharmacokinetics” (B. N’Dri-Stempfer, W. Navidi, R. Guy, and A. Bunge, Pharmaceutical Research, 2009:316–328) described a study comparing the amounts of econozole nitrate absorbed into human skin for several formulations of antifungal ointment. Both a brand name and generic drug were applied to the arms of 14 subjects, and the amounts absorbed, in μg/cm2, were measured. Following are the results. Can you conclude that the mean amount absorbed differs between the brand name and the generic drug?

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