cyclodextrin


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cyclodextrin

[¦sī·klō′dek·strən]
(biochemistry)
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One of the formulations evaluated here includes a family of monomers referred to as polymerizable cyclodextrin derivatives (3,4].
Linoleic acid plays a vital role in the skin, contributing to its barrier function and exhibiting important skin-care and restorative properties," explained WACKER's Marlies Regiert, who is responsible for cyclodextrin development and marketing for the cosmetics and perfume sector.
Lower loads resulted in better retention, irrespective of the type of cyclodextrin.
Regarding the clinical setting a solvent-free application of triterpene acids is required which may be possible by solubilisation of triterpenoids with cyclodextrins (CD).
Effect of various mixing speeds of crosslinked [beta]- cyclodextrin on cholesterol removal in lard (1) Mixing speed (rpm) Cholesterol removal (%) 50 89.
Chapters cover modification reactions of cyclodextrins and the chemistry of modified cyclodextrins, polymers involving cyclodextrin moieties, cyclodextrin catalysis, chromatographic studies of molecular and chiral recognition, application of cyclodextrins for enantioseparations, crystallographic study of cyclodextrins and their inclusion complexes, microcalorimetry, NMR (nuclear magnetic resonance) of cyclodextrins and their complexes, other physiochemical methods, modeling of cyclodextrins and their complexes, rotaxane and catenane structures involving cyclodextrins, large-ring cyclodextrins, pharmaceutical applications, cyclodextrins in dispersed systems, and non-pharmaceutical applications.
However, in the presence of a cyclodextrin with six glucose members in its ring, an anisole molecule settles head first into the cyclodextrin's cavity.
Vtesse and NCATS have also entered into a licensing agreement for the current rights held by NIH for the worldwide use of cyclodextrin, delta-tocopherol, and derivatives of tocopherol, alone or in combination, for the treatment of lysosomal storage diseases (LSDs), including NPC.
The methods covered employ liposomes, cyclodextrin drug carriers, solid lipid nanonparticles, polymeric drug delivery systems, nanosuspensions, microemulsions, hot melt extrusion, dendrimers, and polymeric micelles.
The most common cyclodextrin rings are made up of six units ([alpha]-cyclodextrin), seven units ([beta]-cyclodextrin), and eight units ([gamma]-cyclodextrin).