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Proceedings of The 1st International Electronic Conference on Pharmaceutics
Topical application of flavonoids has recently received increased attention, however their use is limited due to a low aqueous solubility and related low in vivo absorption. Monolein emulsified in water leads to aqueous nanostructured dispersions of complex lyotropic liquid crystalline phases able to carry lipophilic molecules. These monoolein aqueous dispersions (MADs) were investigated on two model flavonoids, namely quercetin and rutin. MADs were produced by emulsifying monoolein in water indoi:10.3390/iecp2020-08664 fatcat:z63qshgywrhddc5j7b6khofzm4