Surface engineered excipients: II. Simultaneous milling and dry coating for preparation of fine‐grade microcrystalline cellulose with enhanced properties

  title={Surface engineered excipients: II. Simultaneous milling and dry coating for preparation of fine‐grade microcrystalline cellulose with enhanced properties},
  author={Liang Chen and Xiaoyi Ding and Zizhou He and Siqi Fan and Kuriakose T. Kunnath and Kai Zheng and Rajesh N. Dav{\'e}},
  journal={International Journal of Pharmaceutics},

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