Liposome-incorporated santolina insularis essential oil: preparation, characterization and in vitro antiviral activity.

@article{Valenti2001LiposomeincorporatedSI,
  title={Liposome-incorporated santolina insularis essential oil: preparation, characterization and in vitro antiviral activity.},
  author={Donatella Valenti and Alessandro de Logu and Giuseppe Loy and Chiara Sinico and Leonardo Bonsignore and Filippo Cottiglia and Daniela Garau and Anna Maria Fadda},
  journal={Journal of liposome research},
  year={2001},
  volume={11 1},
  pages={73-90}
}
The effect of liposomal inclusion on the stability and in vitro antiherpetic activity of Santolina insularis essential oil was investigated. In order to study the influence of vesicle structure on the liposome properties, multilamellar and unilamellar vesicles were prepared by the film method and sonication, respectively. Vesicles were obtained from hydrogenated soya phosphatydilcholine and cholesterol. Formulations were examined for their stability for over one year monitoring the drug leakage… CONTINUE READING

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