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Preparation of multilayer capsules based on chitosan and alginic acid salts for phospholipid micelles encapsulation

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A method of obtaining capsules with coats based on chitosan and alginic acid calcium or barium salts containing phosphatidylcholine micelles is described. These capsules can be used to create oral drug delivery systems, means of vaccination, etc.

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O. V. Manaenkov
Тверской государственный технический университет
Russian Federation


A. I. Sidorov
Тверской государственный технический университет
Russian Federation


V. P. Molchanov
Тверской государственный технический университет
Russian Federation


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Manaenkov O.V., Sidorov A.I., Molchanov V.P. Preparation of multilayer capsules based on chitosan and alginic acid salts for phospholipid micelles encapsulation. Fine Chemical Technologies. 2010;5(2):76-81. (In Russ.)

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