GB201017113D0 - Surfactant vesicles - Google Patents

Surfactant vesicles

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GB201017113D0
GB201017113D0 GB201017113A GB201017113A GB201017113D0 GB 201017113 D0 GB201017113 D0 GB 201017113D0 GB 201017113 A GB201017113 A GB 201017113A GB 201017113 A GB201017113 A GB 201017113A GB 201017113 D0 GB201017113 D0 GB 201017113D0
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vesicles
surfactant
water
based
hlb value
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Chowdhury Dewan F H
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Chowdhury Dewan F H
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Combinations of non-ionic surfactants are used to spontaneously produce vesicles, optionally without the use of organic solvents. The first surfactant has a HLB value less than 11 and may be based on a mono-ester. The second surfactant has a HLB value greater than Hand may be based on an alkyl ether or a fatty acid ester. Both water-soluble drugs and water-insoluble drugs may be incorporated into the vesicles. The vesicles remain stable when combined with a polyacrylate crosspolymer to form a gel.
GB201017113A 2010-10-11 2010-10-11 Surfactant vesicles Ceased GB201017113D0 (en)

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GB201017113A GB201017113D0 (en) 2010-10-11 2010-10-11 Surfactant vesicles

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GB201017113A GB201017113D0 (en) 2010-10-11 2010-10-11 Surfactant vesicles
PCT/GB2011/051955 WO2012049488A1 (en) 2010-10-11 2011-10-11 Surfactant vesicles

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GB201017113D0 true GB201017113D0 (en) 2010-11-24

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GB201017113A Ceased GB201017113D0 (en) 2010-10-11 2010-10-11 Surfactant vesicles

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