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J Pharm Pharmacol. 1987 Jan;39(1):24-8.

In-vivo studies of amphotericin B liposomes derived from proliposomes: effect of formulation on toxicity and tissue disposition of the drug in mice.

Abstract

The repeat dose toxicity of various liposomal formulations containing amphotericin B has been determined in mice. In general, small liposomes (e.g. 100-150 nm) were found to be more toxic than their large counterparts (e.g. about 2000 nm). However, the repeat dose toxicity of small liposomes could be diminished substantially by the inclusion of sterol (i.e. ergosterol) into the liposomal membranes. Tissue accumulation studies of amphotericin B after repeat dosing may be a useful adjunct to formulation development.

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