Summary: Microencapsulation can also be used to enclose solids, liquids, or gases inside a micrometric
wall made of hard or soft soluble film, in order to reduce dosing frequency and prevent the degradation of pharmaceuticals. In a relatively simple form, a microcapsule is a small sphere with a uniform wall around it.
This software was calibrated using a micrometric
slide that was photographed at the same microscopy configurations used for the sample slides.
studies number of intact hepatocytes, diameter of hepatocyte and diameter of nucleus were analyzed.
studies of SDs as well as PMs showed good to excellent flow properties.
study, the mean cross sectional area of glomeruli was found reduced significantly in group DI(2043u2)and DII(14287.6u2) as compared to control group C (37565.55u2) while a significant increase was observed for group DIII(21846.1 u2) and DIV(21731.9 u2) as compared to groups DI and DII.
Lamellar thickness was measured by anterior OCT on a Visante OCT device (Carl Zeiss Meditec, Jena, Germany), which is a non-invasive, non-contact imaging method that provides a high micrometric
resolution of eye tissue sections.
Moreover, the solid dispersions of DC showed amorphous geometry with excellent micrometric
All composites are mainly composed of micrometric
particles with a few submicronic ones, as reported by Ferreira et al.
It is driven by a retrograde mechanism with a micrometric
rack, also patented, which optimises operation while reducing the amount of required space.