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Description of the kinetics of the deagglomeration of drug particle agglomerates during powder mixing
de Villiers, M.M.
Investigation of new degradation products arising from the encapsulation of an oil-based suspension formulation of topotecan
Patel, K.; Kearney, A.S.; Palepu, N.R.
Pharmacokinetic analysis of scavenger receptor-mediated uptake of anionized proteins in the isolated perfused rat liver
Furitsu, H.; Ogawara, K.; Fujita, T.; Yamashita, F.; Takakura, Y.; Sezaki, H.; Hashida, M.
Stress relaxation of compacts produced from viscoelastic materials
van der Voort Maarschalk, K.; Zuurman, K.; Vromans, H.; Bolhuis, G.K.; Lerk, C.F.
Investigation of the gel formation of phospholipid-stabilized solid lipid nanoparticles
Westesen, K.; Siekmann, B.
Preparation of hydrophobic and hydrophilic albumin microspheres and determination of surface carboxylic acid and amino residues
MacAdam, A.B.; Shafi, Z.B.; James, S.L.; Marriott, C.; Martin, G.P.
Antisense oligonucleotide delivery to cultured macrophages is improved by incorporation into sustained-release biodegradable polymer microspheres
Akhtar, S.; Lewis, K.J.
Cytotoxicity of 5-fluorouracil released from a bioadhesive patch into uterine cervical tissue
McCarron, P.A.; Woolfson, A.D.; McCafferty, D.F.; Price, J.H.; Sidhu, H.; Hickey, G.I.
Process control and end-point determination of a fluid bed granulation by application of near infra-red spectroscopy
Frake, P.; Greenhalgh, D.; Grierson, S.M.; Hempenstall, J.M.; Rudd, D.R.
A collaborative study of the in vitro dissolution of acetylsalicylic acid gastro-resistant capsules comparing the flow-through cell method with the USP paddle method
Gjellan, K.; Magnusson, A.; Ahlgren, R.; Callmer, K.; Christensen, D.F.; Espmarker, U.; Jacobsen, L.; Jarring, K.; Lundin, G.; Nilsson, G.; Waltersson, J.
Supersaturated solutions evaluated with an in vitro stratum corneum tape stripping technique
Pellett, M.A.; Roberts, M.S.; Hadgraft, J.
Comparative study on xanthan gum and hydroxypropylmethyl cellulose as matrices for controlled-release drug delivery. II. Drug diffusion in hydrated matrices
Talukdar, M.M.; Kinget, R.
Rigorous analysis of S2L-type phase solubility diagrams to obtain individual formation and solubility product constants of both SL-and S2L-type complexes
Zughul, M.B.; Badwan, A.A.
Methacrylate polymers and copolymers as urinary tract biomaterials: resistance to encrustation and microbial adhesion
Tunney, M.M.; Jones, D.S.; Gorman, S.P.
Inhibition of radiation-induced lipid peroxidation by curcumin
Sreejayan, N.; Rao, M.N.A.; Priyadarsini, K.I.; devasagayam, T.P.A.
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