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(film hydration method)
(reverse phase evaporation method)
(dehydration-rehydration method)
(proniosome method)
(ether injection method)
(ethanol injection method)
(hand shaking method)
(remote loading method)
Table 1 Advantages and disadvantages of different methods of determination of entrapment efficiency
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(School of Pharmacy , Shenyang Pharmaceutical University , Shenyang 110016, China) Abstract: Objective To introduce the research progress of niosomes. Methods Based on the recent
references, the concept, formation condition, composition, preparation, determination of entrapment efficiency and toxicity study was reviewed, with focus on the preparation methods. Results and
conclusions Niosome is a novel targeted drug delivery system, with a wide and promising future.
Key words: pharmaceutics; niosomes; Israelachvili theory; preparation; entrapment efficiency; toxicity

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