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Computer simulation of agglomeration in the Wurster process.
A simplified model for computer simulation of agglomeration in the Wurster coating process was constructed using droplet size distribution and the relation between the size of agglomerates and the
Design and preparation of ethyl cellulose microcapsules of gadopentetate dimeglumine for neutron-capture therapy using the Wurster process.
The microcapsules could be used to confirm that the intracellular presence of Gd is not critical in gadolinium neutron-capture therapy.
Effect of Additives on Agglomeration in Aqueous Coating with Hydroxypropyl Cellulose
Water-soluble hydroxypropyl cellulose (HPC) was applied to fine lactose powder (53-63 μm) by the Wurster process. The effects of various additives on agglomeration were studied by the binding
Preparation and Evaluation of Glutaraldehyde Cross-Linked Chitosan Microspheres as a Gadolinium Reservoir for Neutron-Capture Therapy.
Chitosan microspheres (CMSs) containing water-soluble gadolinium diethylenetriaminepentaacetic acid (Gd-DTPA) were prepared by an emulsion method using Span 80 as a surfactant and glutaraldehyde (GA)
Preparation of lecithin microcapsules by a dilution method using the Wurster process for intraarterial administration in gadolinium neutron capture therapy.
Administration of these microcapsules might be multiply repeated in order to accumulate the required amount of Gd in tumors in neutron capture therapy.