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Embedded micellar nanoparticles










Image Number 2 for United States Patent #7923026.

The present invention relates to a thermostable solid composition containing nanosized micelles, the micelles containing a poorly soluble chemical substance, such as a biologically active substance, dissolved in an auxiliary material, and the micelles being embedded in a water soluble carrier. The invention further relates to a process for preparing a thermostable solid composition and to a process for preparing pharmaceutical dosage forms comprising the same.








 
 
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