Date recorded: May 24 2011

Duration: 54 minutes 55 seconds

This webinar describes the use of light scattering techniques in drug delivery applications. Results obtained from various drug delivery systems will be discussed which will illustrate the information which can be obtained
Table of contents
1. Characterization techniques suitable for drug delivery applications
01:28
2. Characterisation Techniques for Drug Delivery Systems
00:50
3. Contents
00:55
4. Contents
00:11
5. Instruments, Techniques and Parameters
01:25
6. Dynamic Light Scattering
02:17
7. DLS Size and Concentration Limits
01:38
8. Zeta Potential
02:51
9. Electrophoretic Light Scattering
02:00
10. Factors Affecting Zeta Potential
01:38
11. Static Light Scattering
01:00
12. Laser Diffraction (LALLS)
00:45
13. Contents
00:18
14. Microemulsions
00:42
15. Microemulsions
02:32
16. Liposomes
01:28
17. Liposome Composition: Anionic
00:48
18. Liposome Characterisation: Anionic
00:59
19. Liposome Composition: Cationic
00:34
20. Liposome Characterisation: Cationic
00:16
21. Cationic Liposomes in Gene Therapy
00:46
22. Cationic Liposomes in Gene Therapy
02:15
23. Coated Liposomes (Steric Stabilisation)
02:08
24. PEG-Coated Liposomes
02:17
25. Drug Delivery Nanoparticles: Effect of Cations
01:34
26. Stability of Solid Lipid Nanoparticles (SLN®)
00:51
27. Stability of Solid Lipid Nanoparticles (SLN®)
00:55
28. Stability of Solid Lipid Nanoparticles (SLN®)
01:42
29. Zetasizer Temperature Range Specifications
01:32
30. Size/Intensity Temperature Trend Measurements
01:29
31. Size/Intensity Temperature Trend Measurements
01:03
32. Functionalised Silica Nanoparticles
00:26
33. Functionalised Silica Nanoparticles
01:14
34. Functionalised Silica Nanoparticles
00:57
35. Functionalised Silica Nanoparticles
00:54
36. Functionalised Silica Nanoparticles
01:05
37. Conclusions
01:45
38. Further Information
00:31
39. Contact Information
06:56