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|Title:||Stable gel formulation for topical treatment of skin conditions|
|Abstract:||The present invention provides a stable gel formulation for topical treatment of skin conditions in humans. The stable gel formulation includes an active agent, having activity for treatment of acne and psoriasis, which is insoluble in water and a plurality of nonaqueous vehicles for both solubilizing said active agent and forming a gel therewith enabling topical application of the gel to a skin condition. The plurality of vehicles are each present in amounts, and in combination, to control release of the active agent from the gel to the skin condition.|
|Inventor(s):||Charu; Prakash M. (Fullerton, CA)|
|Assignee:||Allergan, Inc. (Irvine, CA)|
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|Use; Composition; Formulation; Compound;|
|Country||Document Number||Publication Date||Supplementary Protection Certificate||SPC Country||SPC Expiration|
|Israel||122359||Aug 26, 2001|
|South Africa||9504599||Jan 26, 1996|
|Denmark||1147778||Dec 18, 2006|
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