anisotropic lipid

an·i·so·tro·pic lip·'id

a lipid in the form of doubly refractive droplets.
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Our results show that, anisotropic lipid coatings can control the drug delivery in a concentration independent manner from the device.
Subsequently, the CHITIns matrix is modified with 3L (3LCHITIns) and 4L (4LCHITIns) coatings to check whether the anisotropic lipid coatings have an influence on the drug release profile.
Further, anisotropic lipid systems are further efficient to control the release profile.
In the case of anisotropic lipid coated matrix the burst release has reduced to 5% against 60% in control and controlled delivery up to 2 months to reach 80% is observed.