Investigation of microemulsion microstructure and its impact on skin delivery of flufenamic acid.

@article{Mahrhauser2015InvestigationOM,
  title={Investigation of microemulsion microstructure and its impact on skin delivery of flufenamic acid.},
  author={Denise-Silvia Mahrhauser and Hanspeter Kaehlig and Ewa Partyka-Jankowska and Herwig Peterlik and Lisa Binder and Kristina Kwizda and Claudia Valenta},
  journal={International journal of pharmaceutics},
  year={2015},
  volume={490 1-2},
  pages={
          292-7
        }
}
Microemulsions are well known penetration enhancing delivery systems. Several properties are described that influence the transdermal delivery of active components. Therefore, this study aimed to characterize fluorosurfactant-based microemulsions and to assess the impact of formulation variables on the transdermal delivery of incorporated flufenamic acid. The microemulsion systems prepared in this study consisted of bistilled water, oleic acid, isopropanol as co-solvent, flufenamic acid as… CONTINUE READING

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