Sunday A Shoyele

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Pulmonary delivery of proteins requires particles for delivery to be in the aerodynamic size range 1-5 microm for deep lung deposition. However, the traditional particle size reduction technique of jet-milling normally used for inhalation is not suitable for processing these protein particles because of their lability brought about by the weak physical(More)
The inhalation route is seen as the most promising non-invasive alternative for the delivery of proteins; however, the short duration of activity of drugs delivered via this route brought about by the activities of alveolar macrophages and mucociliary clearance means there is a need to develop controlled release system to prolong the activities of proteins(More)
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