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Nanocrystals: industrially feasible multifunctional formulation technology for poorly soluble actives.
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Nanocrystals being a kind of "universal" formulation approach for these molecules are reviewed in this paper regarding the industrial feasibility, i.e. industrially available production processes (bottom-up and top-down technologies). Expand
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Lipid nanocarriers for dermal delivery of lutein: preparation, characterization, stability and performance.
Topical application of lutein as an innovative antioxidant, anti-stress and blue light filter, which is able to protect skin from photo damage, has got a special cosmetic and pharmaceutical interestExpand
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20 years of lipid nanoparticles (SLN and NLC): present state of development and industrial applications.
In 1990, the lipid nanoparticles were invented in the laboratories, the first patent filings took place in 1991. The lipid nanoparticles were developed as alternative to traditional carriers such asExpand
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20 Years of Lipid Nanoparticles (SLN & NLC): Present State of Development & Industrial Applications
In 1990, the lipid nanoparticles were invented in the laboratories, the first patent filings took place in 1991. The lipid nanoparticles were developed as alternative to traditional carriers such asExpand
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Present status of nanoparticle research for treatment of tuberculosis.
Nanotechnology has offered enormous improvement in field of therapeutics by means of designing of drug delivery systems and opened the possibility of controlling infections at the molecular level.Expand
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Lutein nanocrystals as antioxidant formulation for oral and dermal delivery.
Lutein is a well known antioxidant and anti-free radical used in cosmetic, nutraceutical industry with potential application in pharmaceutics as supportive antioxidant in treatments. As lipophilicExpand
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Fabrication of quercetin nanocrystals: comparison of different methods.
The main aim of this study was to prepare quercetin nanocrystals using three fabrication methods, viz. high-pressure homogenization, bead milling, and cavi-precipitation. The three fabricationExpand
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Surface modified nevirapine nanosuspensions for viral reservoir targeting: In vitro and in vivo evaluation.
Most of the time HIV virus escape immunological burden exerted by antiretroviral drugs and develops resistance against therapy. For complete eradication of virus from body one has to use long termExpand
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Production and characterization of antioxidant apigenin nanocrystals as a novel UV skin protective formulation.
Flavonoids have many positive effects on various cell layers of the skin (e.g. anti-oxidant, anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory effects). However, the limiting factor of the use of flavonoids isExpand
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Modified Rose Bengal assay for surface hydrophobicity evaluation of cationic solid lipid nanoparticles (cSLN).
Surface hydrophobicity of nanocarriers influences protein binding and subsequently fate of nanoparticles in blood circulation. Therefore, characterization of surface hydrophobicity of nanocarriersExpand
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