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The Development of a Floating Drug-Delivery System for Metronidazole
The authors developed a metronidazole-based floating drug-delivery system to investigate the effect of rate-controlling polymers on release pattern and duration of buoyancy in matrix tablets.


Pharmaceutical Technology
pp. 41-44

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