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Spray-Dried Lactose Composite Particles Containing an Ion Complex of Alginate-Chitosan for Designing a Dry-Coated Tablet Having a Time-Controlled Releasing Function
AbstractPurpose. The properties of novel spray-dried lactose compositeparticles suitable for the coating filler of a dry-coated tablet having a longinduction period in drug release were investigated.Expand
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Spray-dried composite particles of lactose and sodium alginate for direct tabletting and controlled releasing
Abstract A novel composite particle suitable for the filler of controlled-release matrix tablets was prepared by spray-drying an aqueous solution of α -lactose monohydrate and sodium alginate. TheExpand
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Compaction Properties of Composite Particles Consisting of Lactose with Sodium Alginate Prepared by Spray-Drying
AbstractPurpose. Composite particles of lactose with a small amount of sodium alginate were prepared by spray-drying (SD) in an effort to improve the compactibility of the polymer for directExpand
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Temperature- and Moisture-Induced Crystallization of Amorphous Lactose in Composite Particles with Sodium Alginate Prepared by Spray-Drying
The purpose of this study was to investigate the temperature- and moisture-induced crystallization of amorphous lactose in the composite particles prepared by spray-drying an aqueous solution ofExpand
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Temperature-induced crystallization and compactibility of spray dried composite particles composed of amorphous lactose and various types of water-soluble polymer.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the temperature-induced crystallization and the compactibility of the composite particles containing amorphous lactose and various types of polymers. TheExpand
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Preliminary evaluation of polymer-based drug composite microparticle production by coacervate desolvation with supercritical carbon dioxide.
Drug/polymer particles incorporating phenytoin in polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) were prepared by desolvation of coacervates sprayed through an ultrasonic converging-diverging nozzle into supercriticalExpand
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Oral Sustained Release of a Hydrophilic Drug Using the Lauryl Sulfate Salt/Complex.
The objective of this study was to establish the key factor of the lauryl sulfate (LS) salt/complex for sustained release of a hydrophilic drug at various physiological pH levels. Mirabegron is aExpand
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