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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Retinyl Palmitate Polymeric Nanocapsules As Carriers Of Bioactives.
Author: Teixeira, Zaine
Dreiss, Cécile A
Lawrence, M J
Heenan, Richard K
Machado, Daisy
Justo, Giselle Z
Guterres, Sílvia S
Durán, Nelson
Abstract: Nanocapsules containing poly(d,l-lactide) shell and retinyl palmitate core have been prepared by the pre-formed polymer interfacial deposition method. Dynamic light scattering measurements yielded an average hydrodynamic diameter of ∼220nm and a polydispersity index of ∼0.12. Small-angle neutron scattering experiments revealed the presence of two populations of nanocapsules of core diameters ∼192 and 65nm. Freeze fracture transmission electron microscopy showed a polydisperse population of nanocapsules (NC), with a poly(d,l-lactide) shell thickness between 11 and 3nm. For comparison purposes, nanoemulsions (NE, no polymer) and nanospheres (NS, polymer matrix) were also prepared. Each type of nanoparticles exhibited a different morphology (when examined by electron microscopy), in particular NC showed deformability by capillary adhesion. All three types of nanoparticles successfully encapsulated the poorly water-soluble molecules baicalein and benzophenone-3. The thermal behavior of the various nanoparticles was different to a physical mixture of its individual components. Cytotoxicity and phototoxicity assays, performed in human keratinocytes (HaCaT) and murine fibroblasts (BALB/c 3T3), showed that the NC were only cytotoxic at high concentrations. In vitro release studies of benzophenone-3, by the dialysis bag method using NC and NS, showed a sustained release; however, permeation studies using plastic surgery human abdominal skin in Franz diffusion cells showed that a higher amount of benzophenone-3 from NC penetrated into the skin, most probably due to the deformable nature of these nanoparticles.
Subject: Animals
Antioxidants
Balb 3t3 Cells
Benzophenones
Cell Line
Flavanones
Humans
Mice
Nanocapsules
Particle Size
Polyesters
Skin
Skin Absorption
Sunscreening Agents
Vitamin A
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.jcis.2012.05.042
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22738849
Date Issue: 2012
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