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Relative bioavailability comparison of different coenzyme Q10 formulations with a novel delivery system.
Commercial coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10, ubiquinone) formulations are often of poor intestinal absorption. The relative bioavailability of CoQ10 has been shown in National Institutes of Health-funded clinicalExpand
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Liposomes from soya phospholipids as percutaneous drug carriers. 1st communication: qualitative in vivo investigations with antibody-loaded liposomes.
The penetration behaviour of liposome (prepared from NAT 106)-incorporated proteins was investigated in vivo by use of monoclonal antibodies (MOAB) as model substances on the skin of young pigs.Expand
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Liposomes from soya phospholipids as percutaneous drug carriers. 2nd communication: quantitative in vivo investigations with radioactively labelled liposomes.
The percutaneous absorption of liposomes (prepared from NAT 106) was investigated with radioactively labelled substances in comparison with percutaneous absorption without liposomes (controls) inExpand
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The effectiveness of molecular oxygen in cosmetic formulations
In a preliminary clinical study, two cosmetic preparations were compared, one without an oxygen carrier and therefore without oxygen, the other one containing the oxygen carrier, fully saturated withExpand
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The Fate of Liposomes in Animal Skin
The skin performs a significant protective role in the human body. The epidermis is the primary and most effective barrier to the percutaneous absorption of chemicals. This function depends on theExpand
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Comparison of skin moisturization attained by supplementing the NMF in the skin or by applying water binding molecules on the skin surface
Skin moisture can principally be improved either by hydrophilic substances binding water on the skin surface (humectants), or by enriching the natural moisturizing factor (NMF) of the skin.Expand
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