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Design and development of topical microemulsion for poorly water-soluble antifungal agents


Design and development of topical microemulsion for poorly water-soluble antifungal agents



Journal of Applied Research 2(1): 87-95



ISSN/ISBN: 1537-064x

Topical microemulsions for poorly soluble antifungal agents (miconazole, ketoconazole, and itraconazole) were designed and developed using either mineral oil or olive oil as an oil phase.

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