Recent Trends in In-vitro, Ex-vivo and In-vivo Models in Bioactive DeliveryNovember 22-23, 2017│The University of Auckland, New Zealand
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Formulation of Monodisperse Non-Ionic Surfactant Vesicles (NISV) by Microfluidic Mixing Compared to Other Formulation Methods Non-ionic surfactant vesicles (NISV) exhibit advantages over liposomes, in terms of cost and stability, and constituent surfactants have a wider range of chemistries that can be selected to provide greater potential for innovation related to vesicle composition. The characteristics of NISV prepared by microfluidics were compared with those prepared by the conventional thin-film hydration and heating methods. Microfluidic mixing enabled preparation of small, monodisperse particles in a single step, without the need of a size-reduction step as in the case of the other methods.
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