Manisha M Dali

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The objective of the study was to investigate the effect of particle size of nano- and microparticles formulated from poly(D,L-lactide-co-glycolide) (50:50 PLGA) on polymer degradation and protein release. Since the surface area to volume ratio is inversely proportional to the particle size, it is hypothesized that the particle size would influence the(More)
A rabbit model for investigating sublingual drug absorption was established yielding results consistent with clinical data reported in the literature. Using propranolol as a model compound the effect of formulation and dosing variables was explored as a means to characterize the limiting parameters of this model. In addition, verapamil and captopril were(More)
Differential Scanning Calorimetry and Raman spectroscopy are both powerful tools used heavily in pharmaceutical development. For many studies such as polymorph characterization these two techniques are complimentary and provide data on different yet important aspects of material properties when combined together. In this work we describe an integrated(More)
The drug development process is a long complex multidisciplinary endeavor. Much of the activity to support the registration and manufacture of a new medicine is developed in the area known as chemistry, manufacturing, and controls (CMC) in reference to the common designation in regulatory filings. The Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS) Pharmaceutical Development(More)
BMS-188184, an anthracene derivative, has been found to form at least two complexes with beta-cyclodextrin. The association/dissociation kinetics of the two complexes were extremely slow, with one complex requiring approximately 24 h, and the other complex requiring more than 8 weeks, to reach equilibrium. The stability constants of the two complexes were(More)
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