Liposomes: How to monitor the production process and characterize final dispersions
Liposomes are intensively studied in the pharmaceutical as well as in the cosmetical industry. These vehicles can be used as drug delivery systems e.g. in vaccine formulations or in cancer therapy as well as in ingredient in sun protection products. The size and zeta potential of liposomes are key elements of the production process and play a crucial role for an effective application.
Join the webinar and learn about two different ways of liposome production and how determination of particle size and zeta potential via Dynamic and Electrophoretic Light Scattering will support you in monitoring the production process as well as in final characterization of liposome dispersions.
Trainer: Dr. Bernhard Scheicher
Bernhard Scheicher works as global product manager for particle characterization and surface charge at Anton Paar. He studied Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Graz and holds a PhD in Pharmaceutical Technology. He is specialized on Dynamic and Electrophoretic Light Scattering as well as the characterization of colloids and nanoparticles.
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