Published in Drug Week, January 14th, 2011
"Supercritical antisolvent precipitation (SAS) was frequently used to produce nanoparticles at very mild conditions of pressure and temperature, but the issues of sedimentation mechanisms and nanoparticles recovery as single units, have not been evaluated yet. In this work, SAS nanoparticles were produced for samarium acetate, rifampicin, astemizole, amoxicillin trihydrate, tetracycline...
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