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Swastika Ganguly, Vatsal Vithlani, Anup Kesharwani, Ritu Kuhu, Lakshmanan Baskar, Papiya Mitramazumder, Ashok Sharon and Abhimanyu Dev

. Yogeeswari, Design, synthesis and biological evaluation of novel non-nucleoside HIV-1 reverse transcriptase inhibitors with broad-spectrum chemotherapeutic properties, Bioorg. Med. Chem.   12 (2004) 5865-5873; DOI: 10.1016/j.bmc.2004.08.028. J. J. Ren, C. Nicolas, L. E. Bird, T. Fujiwara, H. Sugimoto and D. Stuart, Binding of the second generation non-nucleoside inhibitor S-1153 to HIV-1 reverse transcriptase involves extensive main chain hydrogen bonding, J. Biol. Chem.   275 (2000) 14316-14320; DOI: 10.1074/jbc.275.19. 14316

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Maria-Viorica Ciocilteu, Andreea Gabriela Mocanu, Adriana Mocanu, Catalin Ducu, Oana Elena Nicolaescu, Valentin Costel Manda, Adina Turcu-Stiolica, Claudiu Nicolicescu, Razvan Melinte, Maria Balasoiu, Octavian Croitoru and Johny Neamtu

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Farhan Ahmad, Mohd Alam, Zeenat Khan, Roop Khar and Mushir Ali

Development and in vitro evaluation of an acid buffering bioadhesive vaginal gel for mixed vaginal infections

An acid buffering bioadhesive vaginal (ABBV) gel was developed for the treatment of mixed vaginal infections. Different bioadhesive polymers were evaluated on the basis of their bioadhesive strength, stability and drug release properties. Bioadhesion and release studies showed that guar gum, xanthan gum and hydroxypropyl methylcelullose K4M formed a good combination of bioadhesive polymers to develop the ABBV gel. Monosodium citrate was used as an acid buffering agent to provide acidic pH (4.4). The drugs clotrimazole (antifungal) and metronidazole (antiprotozoal as well as antibacterial) were used in the formulation along with Lactobacillus spores to treat mixed vaginal infections. The ex vivo retention study showed that the bioadhesive polymers hold the gel for 12-13 hours inside the vaginal tube. Results of the in vitro antimicrobial study indicated that the ABBV gel had better antimicrobial action than the commercial intravaginal drug delivery systems and retention was prolonged in an ex vivo retention experiment.

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Beata Szulc-Musioł, Barbara Dolińska, Justyna Kołodziejska and Florian Ryszka

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Milena Takač

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Mohamed Reda Aouad, Mouslim Messali, Nadjet Rezki, Adeeb Al-Sheikh Ali and Alain Lesimple

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Ivan Kos, Tin Weitner, Sandra Flinčec Grgac and Jasna Jablan

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Evren Algin Yapar, Özge Ýnal and M. Sedef Erdal

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Gabriele Balciunaite, Jovita Juodsnukyte, Arunas Savickas, Ona Ragazinskiene, Luka Siatkute, Gitana Zvirblyte, Edita Mistiniene and Nijole Savickiene

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R. Mikláš, N. Miklášová, M. Bukovský and F. Devínsky

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