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СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ОСНОВООБРАЗУЮЩИЕ ВЕЩЕСТВА В ТЕХНОЛОГИИ МЯГКИХ ЛЕКАРСТВЕННЫХ ФОРМ

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Номер журнала: 
6
Год издания: 
2015

М.А. Джавахян*, канд. фарм. наук, А.В. Давыдова, С.П. Комкова, О.А. Семкина, канд. фарм. наук Всероссийский научно-исследовательский институт лекарственных и ароматических растений; 117216, Москва, ул. Грина, д. 7, строение 1 *Е-mail: akopovamarina13@mail.ru

Рассмотрен ассортимент современных основ для производства мягких лекарственных форм. Дана характеристика наиболее популярных гелеобразователей: полимерных гидрогелей – карбомеров, полоксамеров, эфиров целлюлозы и липосомального гидрогеля.

Ключевые слова: 
мягкая лекарственная форма
вспомогательное вещество
гель
Для цитирования: 
Джавахян М.А., Давыдова А.В., Комкова С.П., Семкина О.А. СОВРЕМЕННЫЕ ОСНОВООБРАЗУЮЩИЕ ВЕЩЕСТВА В ТЕХНОЛОГИИ МЯГКИХ ЛЕКАРСТВЕННЫХ ФОРМ . Фармация, 2015; 64 (6): 53-56

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