Liposome Dermatics Griesbach Conference

In a multi-disciplinary approach the book deals with liposome dermatics fromthe chemist's, pharmacist's, biologist's as well as clinician's point of view. It features the production of liposomes, appropriate raw materials, encapsulation of active ingredients, possible incorporati...

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Main Author: Braun-Falco, Otto
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Korting, Hans Christian (Editor), Maibach, Howard I. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1992, 1992
Series:Griesbach Conference
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Present and Future
  • Topical Delivery of Liposomally Encapsulated Interferon Evaluated by in Vitro Diffusion Studies and in a Cutaneous Herpes Guinea Pig Model
  • Comparative Activity of a Liposomal and a Conventional Econazole Preparation for Topical Use According to a Guinea Pig Tinea Model
  • Liposome-Encapsulated Enzymes for DNA Repair
  • Patent and Regulatory Aspects
  • General Remarks on Patent Matter
  • Liposome Determatics to Come According to the Patent Literature
  • Clinical Regulatory Aspects of Topical Liposomal Drugs with Special Consideration of Safety Aspects
  • Clinical Aspects
  • Clinical Trial Protocols for Anti-Inflammatory and other Liposome Dermatics
  • Chemical Composition of Liposomes and Its Influence on the Humidity of Normal Skin
  • Influence of Various Topical Liposome Preparations With and Without Active Ingredients on the Cutaneous Blood Flow
  • Increased Activity and Tolerability of a Conventional Glucocorticoid in a Liposomal Form
  • Chemical Aspects of the Skin Lipid Approach
  • Ceramides for Liposomes
  • Liposome Phospholipids: Toxicological and Environmental Advantages
  • Physico-chemical Aspects
  • Liposome Production: Historic Aspects
  • Rationale for the Production and Dermal Application of Lipid Vesicles
  • Liposome Production: The Ethanol Injection Technique and the Development of the First Approved Liposome Dermatic
  • Liposome Production: The Sizing-Up Technology Starting from Mixed Micelles and the Scaling-Up Procedure for the Topical Glucocorticoid Betamethasone Dipropionate and Betamethasone
  • Properties and Characterization of Pre-Liposome Systems
  • Technological Aspects
  • Assessment of Long-Term Stability
  • Delivery of Liposome-Encapsulated Agents to Artificial Membranes
  • Topical Delivery of Liposomally Encapsulated Ingredients Evaluated by In Vitro Diffusion Studies
  • Pre-Clinical Aspects: Kinetics and Toxicology
  • The Fate of Liposomes in Animal Skin
  • The Fate of Liposomes for Topical Use in Skin Tissue Culture
  • Liposomally Encapsulated Active Ingredients Penetrate Through the Follicle
  • Biodisposition of Liposome-Encapsulated Active Ingredients Applied on the Skin
  • Distribution of Liposome-Encapsulated Ingredients in Human Skin Ex Vivo
  • Liposomes as Safe Carriers of Drugs and Vaccines
  • Pre-Clinical Aspects: Dynamics
  • Comedolytic Activity of a Liposomal Antiacne Drug in an Experimental Model