Abstract: Microencapsulation technology refers to the use of natural or synthetic polymeric compound materials to make capsule wall shells (films) in which drugs (synthetic, semi-synthetic, biological products) are encapsulated in a capsule membrane and released at a controlled rate only under specific conditions. Summary: This technique has no effect on the original chemical properties of the drug, and the drug is released for therapeutic purposes by some external stimulation or slow release. References: https://www.formulationbio.com/microencapsulation-technology-services.html
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