The dissolution studies were performed based on the previous study [37]. Briefly, the dissolution medium (pH 7.4, PBS, 900 ml) under stirring (100 rpm) was added by calycosin-loaded nanoliposomes which is equivalent to 50 mg of drug and at different time intervals, 15 mL samples were removed, replaced, filtrated (0.45 m), and dissolved in mixed solvent (methanol: distilled water = 5.5:3.5, v/v). Finally, 25 µl of the sample was injected into a HPLC system. The rest of the setup was similar to the above-mentioned explanations.

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