Marjan Enayati

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The objective of this work was to produce drug-loaded nanometre- and micrometre-scale particles using a single-step process that provides control over particle size and size distribution. Co-axial electrohydrodynamic processing was used, at ambient temperature and pressure, with poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) as the polymeric coating material and oestradiol(More)
A method for generating poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) and polycaprolactone biodegradable particles of different size and shape using a jet generated in an electric field is elucidated. These particles are suitable for use as drug carriers and the method can be developed into a mass production route. The effect of different parameters such as applied(More)
In this investigation, biodegradable polycaprolactone polymeric particles (300-4500 nm in diameter) were prepared by jetting a solution in an electric field. An extensive study has been carried out to determine how the size and size distribution of the particles generated can be controlled by systematically varying the polymer concentration in solution (and(More)
Submicrometre size spheres prepared from biocompatible polymers are becoming increasingly popular in drug and gene delivery. This paper describes the preparation of polymeric spheres with a mean diameter of 0.4 μm with a polydispersivity index of 8%, using coaxial electrohydrodynamic atomization (CEHDA) microbubbling. An 18 wt.% solution of(More)
BACKGROUND Drug-loaded poly(lactide-co-glycolide) particles (100-4500 nm in diameter) were prepared via the electrospraying method. An extensive study was then carried out to determine the parameters affecting the release profile of estradiol (the drug or active pharmaceutical ingredient) in order to facilitate minimum initial burst release of estradiol. (More)
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