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-008-9225-6 . 22. Passerini , N , Albertini , B , González-Rodríguez , ML , Cavallari , C , Rodriguez , L . Preparation and characterization of ibuprofen–poloxamer 188 granules obtained by melt granulation . Eur J Pharm Sci

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. Lerdkanchanaporn , S , Dollimore , D , Evans , SJ . 2001 . Phase diagram for the mixtures of ibuprofen and stearic acid . Thermochim Acta . 367–368 : 1 – 8 10.1016/S0040-6031(00)00656-0 . 11

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, Pina , ME . Compatibility studies between ibuprofen or ketoprofen with cellulose ether polymer mixtures using thermal analysis . Drug Dev Ind Pharm . 2005 ; 31 : 943 – 949 . 10.1080/03639040500306153 . 35

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, Minemi S , Nukala RK , Peinado C , Lamprou DA , Urquhart A , Douroumis D . Preparation and characterization of ibuprofen solid lipid nanoparticles with enhanced solubility . J Microencapsul . 2011 . 10

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Edilene P. Lavor, Fátima Duarte Freire, Cícero Flávio S. Aragão, Fernanda N. Raffin, and Túlio Flávio A. de Lima e Moura

Calorim . 2010 . 10.1007/s10973-010-1105-1 . 18. Tita B , Fulias A , Szabadai Z , Rusu G , Bandur G , Tita D . Compatibility study between ibuprofen and

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.1016/j.micromeso.2006.12.048 . 24. Zhu , YF , Shi , JL , Li , YS , Chen , HR , Shen , WH , Dong , XP 2005 Storage and release of ibuprofen drug molecules in hollow mesoporous

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Agrokémia és Talajtan
Authors: Eszter Draskovits, Barbara Németh-Borsányi, Pierre-Adrien Rivier, and Anita Szabó

. , Miltner , A. , Gehre , M. , Schäffer , A. , Kästner , M. 2013 . Contribution of microorganisms to non-extractable residue formation during biodegradation of ibuprofen in soil . Sci. Tot. Environ. 445–446 . 377 – 384

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Acta Chromatographica
Authors: Aneta Cernikova, Pavel Bobal, Janette Bobalova, Jiri Dohnal, and Josef Jampilek

without alaptide (see Table 1 ). Similarly, a sharp enhancement of transdermal permeation was found, e.g., for permeation of NSAIDs or antipyretics, such as ibuprofen, nimesulide, acetylsalicylic acid, or paracetamol [ 5 – 9 ]. It can be stated that

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or hepatitis), Hodgkin’s disease, leukemia, infection, on non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (e.g., aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen) or statins or niacin use, and women on hormone replacement therapy were not included in the study. Data

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inflammation [ 95 ]. Due to these activities, peptide Pep19-2.5 was suggested to have a potential for pharmaceutical development as a broad-spectrum anti-inflammatory agent in sepsis-induced myocardial inflammation and dysfunction. Moreover, ibuprofen

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