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Aurélie Spagnul, Céline Bouvier-Capely, Guillaume Phan, François Rebière, Elias Fattal
Accidental cutaneous contamination by actinides such as uranium occurring to nuclear power plant workers can lead to their dissemination in other tissues and induce severe damages. Until now, no specific emergency treatment for such contamination has been developed. The aim of the present work was to formulate a tricarboxylic calix[6]arene molecule, known to exhibit good affinity and selectivity for complexing uranium, within a topical delivery system for the treatment of skin contamination. Since calixarene was shown to reduce oil/water interfacial tension, we have designed an oil-in-water nanoemulsion, taking advantage of the small droplet size offering a high contact surface with the contaminated aqueous medium...
March 2010: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
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