3D printing by fused deposition modeling of single- and multi-compartment hollow systems for oral delivery - A review.

@article{Melocchi20203DPB,
  title={3D printing by fused deposition modeling of single- and multi-compartment hollow systems for oral delivery - A review.},
  author={Alice Melocchi and Marco Uboldi and Alessandra Maroni and Anastasia Foppoli and Luca Palugan and Lucia Zema and Andrea Gazzaniga},
  journal={International journal of pharmaceutics},
  year={2020},
  pages={
          119155
        }
}
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