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Lipid Based Drug Delivery Systems

Lipid Based Drug Delivery Systems: On the importance of supersaturation and precipitation

In this presentation we will review the formulation of lipid based drug delivery systems (LbDDS), with a focus on the importance of supersaturation of the drug in the LbDDS as well as on the importance of precipitation and the physical nature of the precipitate during in vitro lipolysis.
Work from research will be summarised and a perspective will be given on the consequences of supersaturation and precipitation on the future development of LbDDS.
Recorded Nov 20 2014 67 mins
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Thomas Rades and Anette Müllertz - University of Copenhagen, Denmark
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