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Development and in vitro evaluation of lyotropic liquid crystals for the controlled release of dexamethasone
In this study, amphiphilic polymers were investigated as biomaterials that can control dexamethasone (DXM) release. Such materials present interfacial properties in the presence of water and an oily phase that can result ...
An analytical GC-MS method to quantify methyl dihydrojasmonate in biocompatible oil-in-water microemulsions: physicochemical characterization and in vitro release studies
Microemulsions (MEs) loaded with methyl dihydrojasmonate (MJ) were developed to improve the aqueous solubility of this drug. The composition of the formulations ranged according to the oil/surfactant ratio (O/S). The MEs ...
Development and in vitro evaluation of coated pellets containing chitosan to potential colonic drug delivery
In this work pellets containing chitosan for colonic drug delivery were developed. The influence of the polysaccharide in the pellets was evaluated by swelling, drug dissolution and intestinal permeation studies. Drug-loaded ...
Influence of phosphated cross-linked high amylose on in vitro release of different drugs
(Elsevier B.V., 2009-11-17)
The influence of structural characteristics of high amylose cross-linked at different degrees on the release of drugs with important molecular differences, namely sodium diclophenac (SD) and nicotinamide (NI), was assessed ...
Ethylcelullose microspheres containing sodium diclofenac: Development and characterization
The objective of the present study was the development and characterization of ethylcellulose microspheres containing diclofenac and the determination of the in vitro drug release profile. Microspheres were prepared by ...
Caffeine Encapsulated in Small Unilamellar Liposomes: Characerization and In Vitro Release Profile
(Taylor & Francis Inc, 2014)
Preparation and characterization of poly(e-caprolactone) nanospheres containing the local anesthetic lidocaine