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Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Technology & Research

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January-March  2018 | Vol 9 | Issue  1    
 
Editorial
Pharmaceutical “quality by design” approach
Upendra Nagaich
Dear Friends, Based on quality risk management, the pharmaceutical quality by design (QbD) has been emerged as a logical methodology for the development which commences with prior delinea...
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Review Article
Polymeric micelles as cutaneous drug delivery system in normal skin and dermatological disorders
Behzad Sharif Makhmalzade, Fateme Chavoshy
The easy accessibility of skin made dermal application, one of the approaches for local drug therapy. Effectiveness of topical drug application is depended on different parameters such as skin barrier...
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Original Article
The off-label use of drugs for parenteral nutrition as a solvent of substances slightly soluble in water in pharmacological research
Aleksandr L Urakov, Ilshat G Mustafin, Aleksandr V Samorodov, Felix Kh Kamilov, Ferkat A Khaliullin
Because of the problem to evaluate biological activity in water-soluble substances in all phases of preclinical and clinical studies, the research work enabled to develop the original solvent for poor...
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Original Article
The effect of Calendula officinalis versus metronidazole on bacterial vaginosis in women: A double-blind randomized controlled trial
Zahra Pazhohideh, Solmaz Mohammadi, Nosrat Bahrami, Faraz Mojab, Parvin Abedi, Elham Maraghi
Bacterial vaginosis (BV) is a common disorder among women of reproductive age. This study aimed to compare the effect of a Calendula officinalis extract-based cream and metronidazole on BV amon...
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