Preparation of hydrophilic gels containing chlorophyllin loaded liposomes
- At: 2004 FIP Congress in New Orleans (USA)
- Type: Poster
- By: DRAGICEVIC CURIC, Nina (Pharmacist Institution Belgrade, Belgrade, Yugoslavia)
- Co-author(s): Stupar (Faculty of Pharmacy, Belgrade, Yugoslavia)
Milic (Faculty of Pharmacy, Belgrade, Yugoslavia)
Zoric (Pharmacist Institution Belgrade, BELGRADE, Yugoslavia)
Blume (ROVI GmbH, Schlüchtern, Germany)
Sacher (ROVI GmbH, Schlüchtern, Germany)
Milosevic-Kostadinovic, Katarina (Medicor Pharmacy - Kotor, Yugoslavia)
Chlorophyllin (CHL) has been shown to be protective against a wide variety of direct- and indirect-acting mutagens. In addition to the antimutagenic activity, anticarcinogenic properties of CHL have been demonstrated.
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