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Relationship between sodium diclofenac concentration and load ability of xylan microcapsules

  • At: 2006 FIP Congress in Salvadore (Brazil)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: ELEAMEN, Elquio (UFRN, Natal, Brazil)
  • Co-author(s): Silva, Acarília (UFRN, NATAL, Brazil)
    Nagashima, Toshiyuki (UFRN, NATAL, Brazil)
    Araujo, Ivonete (UFRN, NATAL, Brazil)
    Verissimo, Lourena (UFRN, NATAL, Brazil)
    Egito, E. Sócrates (UFRN, NATAL, Brazil)
  • Abstract:

    Among the different approaches to achieve colon-selective drug delivery, the use of polymers holds great promise. Xylan is a polymer enzimatically degraded in colon. Hence, it is an eligible material to produce colon-specific drug carriers. Sodium diclofenac (SD) is particularly well absorbed in colon and its release in stomach is avoided due to..

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