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Studies on dissolution enhancement and mathematical modeling of drug release of a poorly water-soluble drug using water-soluble carriers.
Optimizing drug delivery systems using systematic "design of experiments." Part I: fundamental aspects.
The article covers the niceties of several important experimental designs, mathematical models, and optimum search techniques using numeric and graphical methods, with special emphasis on computer-based approaches, artificial neural networks, and judicious selection of designs and models.
Self-emulsifying drug delivery systems (SEDDS): formulation development, characterization, and applications.
- Bhupinder Singh, Shantanu Bandopadhyay, R. Kapil, Ramandeep Singh, O. Katare
- BiologyCritical reviews in therapeutic drug carrier…
This exhaustive review offers an overview on myriad in vitro, in situ, and ex vivo techniques to assess the absorption and/ or permeation potential of drugs incorporated in the SEDDS in animal and cell line models, and the subsequent absorption pathways followed by them.
Immobilization of α-Amylase Produced by Bacillus circulans GRS 313
A maltooligosaccharide-forming amylase from B circulans GRS 313 was immobilized by entrapment in calcium alginate beads. The immobilized activity was affected by the size of the bead and bead size of…
Optimizing drug delivery systems using systematic "design of experiments." Part II: retrospect and prospects.
- Bhupinder Singh, M. Dahiya, Vandana Saharan, Naveen Ahuja
- EngineeringCritical reviews in therapeutic drug carrier…
A vast account of various DoE reports on optimization of diverse drug delivery system and processes along with the critical graphical analysis of various designs, input, and response variables have been presented here in a categorical form.
Optimized self nano-emulsifying systems of ezetimibe with enhanced bioavailability potential using long chain and medium chain triglycerides.
Developing oral drug delivery systems using formulation by design: vital precepts, retrospect and prospects
- Bhupinder Singh, R. Kapil, M. Nandi, Naveen Ahuja
- BiologyExpert opinion on drug delivery
- 20 September 2011
This review article describes the principles of DoE and QbD as applicable to drug delivery development using a more apt expression, that is, ‘formulation by design (FbD)’.
Formulation development and systematic optimization of solid lipid nanoparticles of quercetin for improved brain delivery
Solid lipid nanoparticles of quercetin are formulating for intravenous administration in order to improve its permeation across the blood–brain barrier into the CNS, and eventually to improve the therapeutic efficacy of this molecule in Alzheimer's disease.
M-cell targeted delivery of recombinant hepatitis B surface antigen using cholera toxin B subunit conjugated bilosomes.