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  • Yoen-Ju Son, Philip Worth Longest, Geng Tian, Michael Hindle
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • European journal of pharmaceutical sciences…
  • 2013 (First Publication: 14 June 2013)
  • The aim of this study was to evaluate and modify commercial dry powder inhalers (DPIs) for the aerosolization of a submicrometer excipient enhanced growth (EEG) formulation. The optimized device andExpand
  • Philip Worth Longest, Yoen-Ju Son, Landon T Holbrook, Michael Hindle
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Pharmaceutical Research
  • 2013 (First Publication: 8 March 2013)
  • PurposeTo employ in vitro experiments combined with computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis to determine which aerodynamic factors were most responsible for deaggregating carrier-free powders toExpand
  • Yoen-Ju Son, P. Worth Longest, Michael Hindle
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • International journal of pharmaceutics
  • 2013 (First Publication: 25 February 2013)
  • The aim of this study was to develop a spray dried submicrometer powder formulation suitable for the excipient enhanced growth (EEG) application. Combination particles were prepared using the BuchiExpand
  • Philip Worth Longest, Geng Tian, Xiang Li, Yoen-Ju Son, Michael Hindle
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • Annals of Biomedical Engineering
  • 2012 (First Publication: 21 July 2012)
  • Excipient enhanced growth (EEG) of inhaled submicrometer pharmaceutical aerosols is a recently proposed method intended to significantly reduce extrathoracic deposition and improve lung delivery. TheExpand
  • Philip Worth Longest, Benjamin M Spence, Landon T Holbrook, Karla M. Mossi, Yoen-Ju Son, Michael Hindle
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of aerosol science
  • 2012 (First Publication: 1 September 2012)
  • Submicrometer and nanoparticle aerosols may significantly improve the delivery efficiency, dissolution characteristics, and bioavailability of inhaled pharmaceuticals. The objective of this study wasExpand
  • Philip Worth Longest, Ross Walenga, Yoen-Ju Son, Michael Hindle
  • Medicine
  • Journal of aerosol medicine and pulmonary drug…
  • 2013 (First Publication: 26 September 2013)
  • BACKGROUND Previous studies have demonstrated the delivery of pharmaceutical aerosols through nasal cannula and the feasibility of enhanced condensational growth (ECG) with a nasal interface. TheExpand