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Development of biocompatible nanoparticles for sustained topical delivery of Rutin

  title={Development of biocompatible nanoparticles for sustained topical delivery of Rutin},
  author={Laxmi Banjare},
  journal={International Journal of Pharmaceutical \& Biological Archive},
  • L. Banjare
  • Published 2012
  • Materials Science, Biology, Engineering
  • International Journal of Pharmaceutical & Biological Archive
The purpose of this study was to develop sustained release nanoparticles of Rutin delivered by topical route. Rutin -loaded nanoparticles were prepared by nanoprecipitation technique using ethylcellulose as polymer. Nanoparticles made up of non -biodegradable polymer such as ethylcellulose may act as a reservoir on any of the appendages of the skin to release the drug in a sustained manner.. Nanoparticles were characterized by particle size, morphology, yield, encapsulation efficiency and in… 

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