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A novel formulation design about water-insoluble oily drug: preparation of zedoary turmeric oil microspheres with self-emulsifying ability and evaluation in rabbits

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A novel formulation design about water-insoluble oily drug : preparation of zedoary turmeric oil microspheres with self-emulsifying ability and evaluation in rabbits. / You, Jian; Cui, Fu-de; Li, Qing-Po; Han, Xu; Yu, Ying-Wei; Yang, Mingshi.

I: International Journal of Pharmaceutics, Bind 288, Nr. 2, 2005, s. 315-23.

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You, J, Cui, F, Li, Q-P, Han, X, Yu, Y-W & Yang, M 2005, 'A novel formulation design about water-insoluble oily drug: preparation of zedoary turmeric oil microspheres with self-emulsifying ability and evaluation in rabbits', International Journal of Pharmaceutics, bind 288, nr. 2, s. 315-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpharm.2004.10.005

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You, J., Cui, F., Li, Q-P., Han, X., Yu, Y-W., & Yang, M. (2005). A novel formulation design about water-insoluble oily drug: preparation of zedoary turmeric oil microspheres with self-emulsifying ability and evaluation in rabbits. International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 288(2), 315-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpharm.2004.10.005

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You J, Cui F, Li Q-P, Han X, Yu Y-W, Yang M. A novel formulation design about water-insoluble oily drug: preparation of zedoary turmeric oil microspheres with self-emulsifying ability and evaluation in rabbits. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 2005;288(2):315-23. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpharm.2004.10.005

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You, Jian ; Cui, Fu-de ; Li, Qing-Po ; Han, Xu ; Yu, Ying-Wei ; Yang, Mingshi. / A novel formulation design about water-insoluble oily drug : preparation of zedoary turmeric oil microspheres with self-emulsifying ability and evaluation in rabbits. I: International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 2005 ; Bind 288, Nr. 2. s. 315-23.

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title = "A novel formulation design about water-insoluble oily drug: preparation of zedoary turmeric oil microspheres with self-emulsifying ability and evaluation in rabbits",
abstract = "To enhance in vivo absorption of zedoary turmeric oil (ZTO) and develop new formulations of a water-insoluble oily drug, novel ZTO microspheres with self-emulsifying ability, called self-emulsifying microspheres here, were prepared in a liquid system by the quasi-emulsion solvent diffusion method. The microspheres containing hydroxypropyl methylcellulose acetate succinate (HPMCAS-LG), Talc and Aerosil 200 formed the stable surfactant-free emulsion when exposed to the pH 6.8 phosphate buffer, and were significantly different from the conventional self-emulsifying systems (SES), defined as isotropic mixtures of oil, surfactant and drug. Micromeritic properties, the efficiency of emulsification and the drug-release rate of the resultant microspheres were investigated. The bioavailability of the microspheres to the conventional self-emulsifying formulation for oral administration was evaluated in 12 healthy rabbits. A HPLC method was employed to determine the plasma concentration of Germacrone, an indexical component found in ZTO. The release rates of ZTO and Germacrone from the microspheres were enhanced significantly with increasing amounts of dispersing agents, and the efficiency of self-emulsification greatly depended on the HPMCAS-LG/Aerosil 200 ratio. The emulsion droplets released from the microspheres were much smaller than that of the conventional SES. The microsphere bioavailability (F) to the conventional SES for oral administration was 157.7%. Our method greatly improved the bioavailability of the water-insoluble oily drug from the self-emulsifying microspheres over the conventional SES and it is useful for the oily drug to form solid preparations.",
keywords = "Animals, Chemistry, Pharmaceutical, Curcuma, Drug Evaluation, Preclinical, Emulsifying Agents, Male, Oils, Volatile, Rabbits, Solubility, Water",
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language = "English",
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RIS

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T1 - A novel formulation design about water-insoluble oily drug

T2 - preparation of zedoary turmeric oil microspheres with self-emulsifying ability and evaluation in rabbits

AU - You, Jian

AU - Cui, Fu-de

AU - Li, Qing-Po

AU - Han, Xu

AU - Yu, Ying-Wei

AU - Yang, Mingshi

PY - 2005

Y1 - 2005

N2 - To enhance in vivo absorption of zedoary turmeric oil (ZTO) and develop new formulations of a water-insoluble oily drug, novel ZTO microspheres with self-emulsifying ability, called self-emulsifying microspheres here, were prepared in a liquid system by the quasi-emulsion solvent diffusion method. The microspheres containing hydroxypropyl methylcellulose acetate succinate (HPMCAS-LG), Talc and Aerosil 200 formed the stable surfactant-free emulsion when exposed to the pH 6.8 phosphate buffer, and were significantly different from the conventional self-emulsifying systems (SES), defined as isotropic mixtures of oil, surfactant and drug. Micromeritic properties, the efficiency of emulsification and the drug-release rate of the resultant microspheres were investigated. The bioavailability of the microspheres to the conventional self-emulsifying formulation for oral administration was evaluated in 12 healthy rabbits. A HPLC method was employed to determine the plasma concentration of Germacrone, an indexical component found in ZTO. The release rates of ZTO and Germacrone from the microspheres were enhanced significantly with increasing amounts of dispersing agents, and the efficiency of self-emulsification greatly depended on the HPMCAS-LG/Aerosil 200 ratio. The emulsion droplets released from the microspheres were much smaller than that of the conventional SES. The microsphere bioavailability (F) to the conventional SES for oral administration was 157.7%. Our method greatly improved the bioavailability of the water-insoluble oily drug from the self-emulsifying microspheres over the conventional SES and it is useful for the oily drug to form solid preparations.

AB - To enhance in vivo absorption of zedoary turmeric oil (ZTO) and develop new formulations of a water-insoluble oily drug, novel ZTO microspheres with self-emulsifying ability, called self-emulsifying microspheres here, were prepared in a liquid system by the quasi-emulsion solvent diffusion method. The microspheres containing hydroxypropyl methylcellulose acetate succinate (HPMCAS-LG), Talc and Aerosil 200 formed the stable surfactant-free emulsion when exposed to the pH 6.8 phosphate buffer, and were significantly different from the conventional self-emulsifying systems (SES), defined as isotropic mixtures of oil, surfactant and drug. Micromeritic properties, the efficiency of emulsification and the drug-release rate of the resultant microspheres were investigated. The bioavailability of the microspheres to the conventional self-emulsifying formulation for oral administration was evaluated in 12 healthy rabbits. A HPLC method was employed to determine the plasma concentration of Germacrone, an indexical component found in ZTO. The release rates of ZTO and Germacrone from the microspheres were enhanced significantly with increasing amounts of dispersing agents, and the efficiency of self-emulsification greatly depended on the HPMCAS-LG/Aerosil 200 ratio. The emulsion droplets released from the microspheres were much smaller than that of the conventional SES. The microsphere bioavailability (F) to the conventional SES for oral administration was 157.7%. Our method greatly improved the bioavailability of the water-insoluble oily drug from the self-emulsifying microspheres over the conventional SES and it is useful for the oily drug to form solid preparations.

KW - Animals

KW - Chemistry, Pharmaceutical

KW - Curcuma

KW - Drug Evaluation, Preclinical

KW - Emulsifying Agents

KW - Male

KW - Oils, Volatile

KW - Rabbits

KW - Solubility

KW - Water

U2 - 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2004.10.005

DO - 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2004.10.005

M3 - Journal article

C2 - 15620872

VL - 288

SP - 315

EP - 323

JO - International Journal of Pharmaceutics

JF - International Journal of Pharmaceutics

SN - 0378-5173

IS - 2

ER -

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