PDE7A

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PDE7A

A gene on chromosome 8q13 that encodes a cyclic nucleotide phosphodiesterase, which hydrolyses the second messenger cAMP to AMP and is thus involved in regulating physiological processes. PDE7A is thought to have a role in signal transduction in muscle.
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The films of HCP1, HCP2 and HCP3 exhibit homogenous layer indicating a uniform distribution of the polymers, which is attributed to the interaction between the OH, N[H.sub.2] groups of chitosan and OH groups of PVA and HPMC (Fig.
The result of the characterization studies of film HCP1 showed good swelling behavior, superior mechanical strength and homogenous morphology, hence this film was further chosen for the drug release study.
Films of HCP1, HCP2 and HCP3 exhibited superior properties as compared to the rest of the blends.
Caption: Figure 1: FTIR Analysis (a) Spectrum of chitosan (b) Spectrum of HPMC (c) Spectrum of PVA (d) Spectrum of composite HCP1