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Title: Pharmaceutical applications of electrospraying
Authors: Nguyen, Nhat Duong
Clasen, Christian
Van den Mooter, Guy # ×
Issue Date: Apr-2016
Publisher: American Chemical Society and American Pharmaceutical Association
Series Title: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences vol:105 pages:2601-2620
Abstract: The electrohydrodynamic atomization technique, or simply called electrospraying, has been extensively studied for biomedical as well as for pharmaceutical applications over the past years. The simplicity, flexibility and efficiency of producing particles at the micro- or nanoscale, with tailored size, shape, morphology and microstructure, make eletrospraying to become one of the most promising and well-practiced approaches to be applied in many biomedical and pharmaceutical fields, from improving the bioavailability of poorly aqueous soluble drugs, preparing targeted drug delivery systems and controllable drug release systems to delivering sensitive therapeutic agents such as protein-based drugs or even living cells. Nevertheless, some issues still remain with respect to low throughput as well as the complex interplay between a great number of processing and formulation factors. A comprehensive understanding of these fundamental aspects is essential for the successful application of electrospraying for the production of particulate formulations with desired properties.
ISSN: 0022-3549
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IT
Appears in Collections:Drug Delivery and Disposition
Soft Matter, Rheology and Technology Section
× corresponding author
# (joint) last author

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