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LC Evaluation of In Vitro Release of AZT from Microemulsions
Physicochemical aspects involved in methotrexate release kinetics from biodegradable spray-dried chitosan microparticles
(Elsevier B.V., 2015-06-01)
Spray dried methotrexate (MTX) loaded chitosan microparticles were prepared using different drug/copolymer ratios (9%, 18%, 27% and 45% w/w). The physicochemical aspects were assessed in order to select particles that were ...
Electrospraying technique for the fabrication of metronidazole contained PLGA particles and their release profile
(Elsevier Science, 2015-11)
Advanced engineering of materials for the development of drug delivery devices provides scope for novel and versatile strategies for treatment of various diseases. 'Electrospraying' was used to prepare PLGA microparticles ...
Polyacrylic acid polymers hydrogels intended to topical drug delivery: preparation and characterization
(Informa Healthcare, 2015-06-01)
Context: Bioadhesiviness of polyacrylic acid polymers make them promising hydrogels to design topical drug delivery systems, allowing a close contact with biological substrate as well as an enhanced local concentration ...
Plasma concentrations of disulfiram after injection of suspended micropellets into alcoholic subjects
The disposition of disulfiram after administration in a new formulation was studied in rats and alcoholic patients. The suspension consisted of microcrystals suspended in a mixture of propylene glycol and water and injected ...
Interlocked Systems In Nanomedicine
(BENTHAM SCIENCE PUBL LTDSHARJAH, 2015)
Controlled Drug Release from Ureasil-Polyether Hybrid Materials
(Amer Chemical Soc, 2009-02-10)
Flexible, transparent, and insoluble urea-cross-linked polyether-siloxane hybrids presenting a tunable drug delivery pattern were prepared using the sol-gel method from PEO (poly(ethylene oxide)) and PPO (poly(propylene ...
Tailoring doxorubicin sustainable release from biopolymeric smart matrix using congo red as molecular helper
(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2014)
Doxorubicin (Dox) was co-encapsulated with congo red (CR) in order to increase drug encapsulation and sustain the release from gel microbeads composed of alginate–carboxy methyl guar gum (68/32) for oral controlled delivery. ...