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reduce the surfactant concentration traditionally involved in the formulation of selfâ€emulsifying drug delivery systems (SEDDS) by proposing an alternate system of solubilizer to provide novel surfactant/cosurfactant system, to aid traditionally involved components in the formulation of SEDDS.The present study showed that â€œmixed solvencyâ€ concept was successfully employed in solubility enhancement of CC in (Transcutol P: B3Mix [1:1]) up to 303 mg/g of blend. Present study demonstrated the promising use of â€œmixed solvencyâ€ concept in solubility enhancement of poorlyâ€water soluble drugs and tool to reduce the net surfactant concentration employed in designing of SEDDS.
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