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The Formulation and Evaluation of Topical Berberine-Hydrochloride Products
The authors sought to prepare a topical formulation of berberine hydrochloride for the effective and controlled management of inflammation and skin infections.


Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 34, Issue 1, pp. 60-69

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