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Formulation and Evaluation of an Effervescent, Gastroretentive Drug-Delivery System
The authors developed a formulation for effervescent gastroretentive drug delivery techniques using ibuprofen as a model drug. They optimized the formulations by applying full factorial design.


Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 10, Issue 34, pp. 60-71

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