Squalene Emulsions for Parenteral Vaccine and Drug Delivery

@inproceedings{Fox2009SqualeneEF,
  title={Squalene Emulsions for Parenteral Vaccine and Drug Delivery},
  author={Christopher B Fox},
  booktitle={Molecules},
  year={2009}
}
Squalene is a linear triterpene that is extensively utilized as a principal component of parenteral emulsions for drug and vaccine delivery. In this review, the chemical structure and sources of squalene are presented. Moreover, the physicochemical and biological properties of squalene-containing emulsions are evaluated in the context of parenteral formulations. Historical and current parenteral emulsion products containing squalene or squalane are discussed. The safety of squalene-based… CONTINUE READING

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