Structural characterization of multilamellar liposomes coencapsulating curcumin and vitamin D3

  title={Structural characterization of multilamellar liposomes coencapsulating curcumin and vitamin D3},
  author={Matheus Andrade Chaves and Pedro Leonidas Oseliero Filho and Camila Garcia Jange and Rita Sinigaglia-Coimbra and Cristiano Luis Pinto Oliveira and Samantha Cristina Pinho},
  journal={Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects},
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Study of antioxidant activity of liposomal forms of quercetin and curcumin in ischemic heart disease
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Liposomes encapsulating beta‐carotene produced by the proliposomes method: characterisation and shelf life of powders and phospholipid vesicles
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Curcumin liposomes prepared with milk fat globule membrane phospholipids and soybean lecithin.
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Characterization of Antimicrobial-bearing Liposomes by ζ-Potential, Vesicle Size, and Encapsulation Efficiency
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