Paolo Colombo
Paolo Colombo
Department of Pharmacy, University of Parma, Italy
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Swellable matrices for controlled drug delivery: gel-layer behaviour, mechanisms and optimal performance
P Colombo, R Bettini, P Santi, NA Peppas
Pharmaceutical science & technology today 3 (6), 198-204, 2000
Folate-conjugated iron oxide nanoparticles for solid tumor targeting as potential specific magnetic hyperthermia mediators: synthesis, physicochemical characterization, and in†…
F Sonvico, S Mornet, S Vasseur, C Dubernet, D Jaillard, J Degrouard, ...
Bioconjugate chemistry 16 (5), 1181-1188, 2005
Swelling-controlled release in hydrogel matrices for oral route
P Colombo
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews 11 (1-2), 37-57, 1993
Drug/polymer matrix swelling and dissolution
RS Harland, A Gazzaniga, ME Sangalli, P Colombo, NA Peppas
Pharmaceutical research 5, 488-494, 1988
Analysis of the swelling and release mechanisms from drug delivery systems with emphasis on drug solubility and water transport
P Colombo, R Bettini, P Santi, A De Ascentiis, NA Peppas
Journal of controlled release 39 (2-3), 231-237, 1996
Drug diffusion front movement is important in drug release control from swellable matrix tablets
P Colombo, R Bettini, G Massimo, PL Catellani, P Santi, NA Peppas
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences 84 (8), 991-997, 1995
Observation of swelling process and diffusion front position during swelling in hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose (HPMC) matrices containing a soluble drug
P Colombo, R Bettini, NA Peppas
Journal of Controlled Release 61 (1-2), 83-91, 1999
Design of experiments (DoE) in pharmaceutical development
S N. Politis, P Colombo, G Colombo, D M. Rekkas
Drug development and industrial pharmacy 43 (6), 889-901, 2017
Translocation of drug particles in HPMC matrix gel layer: effect of drug solubility and influence on release rate
R Bettini, PL Catellani, P Santi, G Massimo, NA Peppas, P Colombo
Journal of Controlled Release 70 (3), 383-391, 2001
Tablets with controlled-rate release of active substances
U Conte, A La Manna, P Colombo
US Patent 5,422,123, 1995
System for the controlled-rate release of active substances
P Colombo, A La Manna, U Conte
US Patent 4,839,177, 1989
Formation of self-organized nanoparticles by lecithin/chitosan ionic interaction
F Sonvico, A Cagnani, A Rossi, S Motta, MT Di Bari, F Cavatorta, ...
International journal of pharmaceutics 324 (1), 67-73, 2006
Multi-layered hydrophilic matrices as constant release devices (GeomatrixTM Systems)
U Conte, L Maggi, P Colombo, A La Manna
Journal of controlled release 26 (1), 39-47, 1993
Swelling and drug release in hydrogel matrices: polymer viscosity and matrix porosity effects
R Bettini, P Colombo, G Massimo, PL Catellani, T Vitali
European Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2 (3), 213-219, 1994
Metallic colloid nanotechnology, applications in diagnosis and therapeutics
F Sonvico, C Dubernet, P Colombo, P Couvreur
Current pharmaceutical design 11 (16), 2091-2105, 2005
Drug release modulation by physical restrictions of matrix swelling
P Colombo, U Conte, A Gazzaniga, L Maggi, ME Sangalli, NA Peppas, ...
International journal of pharmaceutics 63 (1), 43-48, 1990
Inhaled drug therapy for treatment of tuberculosis
A Misra, AJ Hickey, C Rossi, G Borchard, H Terada, K Makino, PB Fourie, ...
Tuberculosis 91 (1), 71-81, 2011
Lecithin/chitosan nanoparticles of clobetasol-17-propionate capable of accumulation in pig skin
T Şenyiğit, F Sonvico, S Barbieri, ÷ ÷zer, P Santi, P Colombo
Journal of Controlled Release 142 (3), 368-373, 2010
Characterization of a surface modified dry powder inhalation carrier prepared by “particle smoothing”
PM Young, D Cocconi, P Colombo, R Bettini, R Price, DF Steele, ...
Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology 54 (10), 1339-1344, 2002
Preparation of poly (methacrylic acid-g-poly (ethylene glycol)) nanospheres from methacrylic monomers for pharmaceutical applications
C Donini, DN Robinson, P Colombo, F Giordano, NA Peppas
International Journal of Pharmaceutics 245 (1-2), 83-91, 2002
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