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An artificial nanoemulsion carrying paclitaxel decreases the transplant heart vascular disease: a study in a rabbit graft model.
The self-nanoemulsifying drug delivery systems (SNEDDS), which are isotropic mixtures of oil, surfactants, co-surfactants, co-solvents, and drugs with an ability of spontaneously forming into nanoemulsions in GIT, have recently been highly remarkable for oral protein delivery (37).
Nonlipid Nonlipophilic Replaces soybean lecithin with propofol preparation polyethylene glycol 660 nanoemulsion hydroxystearate as propofol carrier (4O) Propofol FDA formulation Disadvantages approval Propofol with Decreases serum ionized calcium Yes EDTA levels, although statistically significant, has apparently no clinical effect (time to complete recovery, p = 0.
Hwang, "Acoustically active perfluorocarbon nanoemulsions as drug delivery carriers for camptothecin: drug release and cytotoxicity against cancer cells," Ultrasonics, vol.
Process optimization and stability of D-limonene-in-water nanoemulsions prepared by ultrasonic emulsification using response surface methodology.
Anti- inflammatory and analgesic effects of ketoprofen in palm oil esters nanoemulsion.
Aarthi Janakiraman, Industry Analyst for Frost & Sullivan's Asia Pacific Chemicals, Materials and Foods practice, said, 'Through its nanoemulsion technology and biodegradable degreasers, BCI Chemical Corporation has addressed the industry's need for an effective removal of oil and grease solution from a wide range of components used in both oil and gas applications in the Asia Pacific region.
Ali, "Development and bioavailability assessment of ramipril nanoemulsion formulation," European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics, vol.
La nanoemulsion se preparo y se liofilizo para obtener nanocapsulas de un tamano de particula de 320.
Anti-cariogenic effect of a cetylpyridinium chloride-containing nanoemulsion.