Microviscosity of hydroxypropylcellulose gels as a basis for prediction of drug diffusion rates.


This study investigated the influence of the rheological properties of hydroxypropylcellulose (HPC) gels on the in vitro release of theophylline included in the gel at 0.2 g/l. Experiments were performed with six HPC varieties (mean molecular weight between 5x105 and 1.2x106, nominal viscosity between 100 and 4000 mPa.s) at concentrations of 0-2% (w/w… (More)


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