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Improvement In Dissolution Rate And Photodynamic Efficacy Of Chlorin E6 By Sucrose Esters As Drug Carrier In Nanosuspension Formulation: Optimisation And In Vitro Characterisation
S. Paul, P. Heng, L. Chan
Published 2018 · Medicine, Chemistry
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Chlorin e6 is a poorly water‐soluble photoactive drug. Its monomers form aggregates at the tumour physiological pH, which drastically reduces its photodynamic efficacy. This study aimed to improve the dissolution rate and photodynamic efficacy of chlorin e6 by nanosuspension formulation using biodegradable sucrose esters as drug carrier.
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