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SLN And NLC For Topical Delivery Of Antifungals

E. Souto
Published 2005 · Chemistry

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Title page Index Aims and organization of the thesis Zielsetzung und Aufbau der Dissertation Introduction Principles of dermatological formulations Materials and methods Aqueous SLN and NLC dispersions SLN and NLC based semi-solid formulations Conclusions Reference list Abbreviations Publication list Acknowledgements Hinweis



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