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Percutaneous Absorption

Drugs, Cosmetics, Mechanisms, Methods

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"Understanding dermal absorption and developing mathematical models for absorption and dermal drug development is a complex process. This book is intended for scientists working in dermal absorption, degradation, and toxicities of drugs, cosmetics, and chemicals, who will find it informative. With a few new chapters, this book could be considered a comprehensive and updated reference. There are several books related to this subject matter in the marketplace, but each focuses on a particular area of the broader topic. Thus, this reference is a must-have in a library. "

- Rahmat M. Talukder, PhD, RPh(The University of Texas at Tyler)

Over the last three decades, vesicular phospholipid nanocarriers have been used successfully as tools to improve dermal and transdermal drug delivery as well as in the cosmetic field. The most common nanocarriers used for skin delivery are liposomes. However, since they have failed in efficiently delivering drugs across the intact skin, intensive research has been devoted to the development of new lipid vesicles that are capable of improving this process.
Invasomes represent a new class of vesicles, developed by introducing a mixture of terpenes and ethanol to the classic composition of liposomes, which have shown interesting results both in dermal and transdermal drug delivery.

The book “Invasomes as Drug Nanocarriers for Innovative Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms “ provides a comprehensive source of information for researchers from both academia and industry.
The first chapter deals the skin as a drug delivery route while the next chapter is a comprehensive overview on vesicular phospholipid nanocarriers. Then, the book content deals with preparation, characterization and evaluation of Invasomes, properly designed for delivering drugs and cosmetic active to the skin.

Overall, the book provides readers with comprehensive knowledge about these nanocarriers, since the author of the book is one of the main researchers in the field of Invasomes.

- Professor Chiara Sinico, University of Cagliari-Italy

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Detaljer

Forlag
CRC Press
Innbinding
Paperback
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
990
ISBN
9781032022079
Utgave
5. utg.
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
25 x 18 cm

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«

"Understanding dermal absorption and developing mathematical models for absorption and dermal drug development is a complex process. This book is intended for scientists working in dermal absorption, degradation, and toxicities of drugs, cosmetics, and chemicals, who will find it informative. With a few new chapters, this book could be considered a comprehensive and updated reference. There are several books related to this subject matter in the marketplace, but each focuses on a particular area of the broader topic. Thus, this reference is a must-have in a library. "

- Rahmat M. Talukder, PhD, RPh(The University of Texas at Tyler)

Over the last three decades, vesicular phospholipid nanocarriers have been used successfully as tools to improve dermal and transdermal drug delivery as well as in the cosmetic field. The most common nanocarriers used for skin delivery are liposomes. However, since they have failed in efficiently delivering drugs across the intact skin, intensive research has been devoted to the development of new lipid vesicles that are capable of improving this process.
Invasomes represent a new class of vesicles, developed by introducing a mixture of terpenes and ethanol to the classic composition of liposomes, which have shown interesting results both in dermal and transdermal drug delivery.

The book “Invasomes as Drug Nanocarriers for Innovative Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms “ provides a comprehensive source of information for researchers from both academia and industry.
The first chapter deals the skin as a drug delivery route while the next chapter is a comprehensive overview on vesicular phospholipid nanocarriers. Then, the book content deals with preparation, characterization and evaluation of Invasomes, properly designed for delivering drugs and cosmetic active to the skin.

Overall, the book provides readers with comprehensive knowledge about these nanocarriers, since the author of the book is one of the main researchers in the field of Invasomes.

- Professor Chiara Sinico, University of Cagliari-Italy

»

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