Application of emulsion-based delivery system to enhance bioavailability and efficacy of tangeretin

@inproceedings{Ting2014ApplicationOE,
  title={Application of emulsion-based delivery system to enhance bioavailability and efficacy of tangeretin},
  author={Yuwen Ting},
  year={2014}
}
OF THE DISSERTATION ................................................... ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ........................................................................ iv CONTENTS ................................................................................................. vi LIST OF TABLES ..................................................................................... xiv LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS ......................................................................xv CHAPTER 
Improving bioavailability and bioefficacy of carnosic acid using lecithin-based nanoemulsion system
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