poloxamer

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poloxamer

 [pol-ok´sah-mer]
any of a series of nonionic surfactants, also used as emulsifiers, stabilizers, and food additives.

poloxamer

(pōl-oks'a-mĕr),
A surfactant derived from natural gas and oil.
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Poloxamers have been used to produce longer acting butorphanol (26) and doxycycline gel formulations for birds.
153 - NOVEL MEMBRANE INJURY ASSAYS TO ASSESS IMPACT OF POLOXAMERS ONMEMBRANE REPAIR.
Alexandridis, "Formulation of poloxamers for drug delivery," Journal of functional biomaterials, vol.
Poloxamers, poloxamines, and PEG are the polymers that are commonly used to increase hydrophilicity and to provide sterically stable stealth NPs [25].
[40] verified the possibility using poloxamers (188 and 407) as solubility and dissolution rate enhancing agents of PA and suggested that the process of PA-SD pellets preparation was simple, rapid, cost effective, uncomplicated, and potentially scalable.
(2015) [5] supported the advantages of the association of TR in poloxamers hydrogels.
paracetamol- urea) Amorphous Crystalline Amorphous Rarely encountered 2 precipitation in crystalline matrix Solid Crystalline Molecular Rarely encountered 1 or 2 substitional & dispersion interstitial solutions Glass Amorphous Crystalline Examples:- 2 suspension Griseofulvin-PEG (Gris-PEG, Novartis) Nabilone-PVP (Cesamet, Eli Lilly) Fenofibrate- poloxamers (TriCor, Abbott and others) ...
In recent years, the advanced technologies have been used which include hydrogels, [sup][8] nanoparticles, [sup][9] and poloxamers. [sup][10]
Poloxamer 407 is a hydrophilic nonionic surfactant that belongs to a class of copolymers called poloxamers.
In order to template hierarchical Co[Fe.sub.2][O.sub.4] nanostructures, a recombinant polyhistidine-tagged full-length Mms6 protein and a synthetic C-terminal domain of this protein were covalently attached to triblock copolymers (poloxamers).