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References 1. Abdul S, Poddar SS. A flexible technology for modified release of drugs: multi layered tablets. J Control Release . 2004;97(3):393-405. 2. Al-Zoubi N, Malamataris S. Three-layer matrix tablets and simple approach of drug release programming. J Drug Del Sci Tech. 2008; 18(6):431-37. 3. Morita R, Honda R, Takahashi Y. Development of oral controlled release preparations, a PVA swelling controlled release system (SCRS). II. In vitro and in vivo evaluation. J Control Release. 2000; 68(1):115-20. 4. Vergote GJ, Vervaet C, Van D, Hoste S, De Smed S

optimization of immediate release nateglinide tablets by factorial design. Drug discoveries & Therapeutics. 2010;4(6):453-458. 6. http://www.specialtyminerals.com/specialty-applications/specialtymarkets-for-minerals/nutritional-supplements/talc-as-a-glidant-lubricant 7. *** European Pharmacopoeia 7.0. vol.2 Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 2010

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References 1. Adeleye O.A., Femi-Oyewo M.N., Odeniyi M.A.: The effect of processing variables on the mechanical and release properties of tramadol matrix tablets incorporating Cissus populnea gum as controlled release excipients. Poly. Med., 44(4), 209, 2014. 2. Adeleye A.O., Odeniyi M.A., Jaiyeoba K.T.: The influence of cissus gum on the mechanical and release properties of paracetamol tablets - a factorial analysis. J. Basic and Appl. Pharm. Sci., 31(2), 131, 2010. 3. Adeleye A.O., Odeniyi M.A., Jaiyeoba K. T.: Evaluation of cissus gum as binder in a

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usually based on cleavage of chemical bonds, photoinduced electron transfer reactions, or polymerization of compounds [ 28 , 29 ]. In this paper, we report on a fast method of 1D measurements of UV radiation dose using new, inexpensive, UV-sensitive polymer tablets composed of biodegradable polycaprolactone (PCL) [ 30 ] and 2,3,5−triphenyltetrazolium chloride (TTC) salt. The proposition for this method stems from our interest in the development of different 1D, 2D, and 3D dosimetry materials using materials such as tetrazolium salts, for instance, textile dosimeters

, Oseltamivir phosphate-amberlite(TM) IRP 64 ioniccomplexfor taste masking: preparation and chemometric evaluation, J. Pharm. Sci. 102 (2013) 1800–1812; https://doi.org/10.1002/jps.23518 4. R. B. Shah, M. A. Tawakkul, V. A. Sayeed and M. A. Khan, Complexation between risperidone and amberlite resin by various methods of preparation and binding study, Drug Dev. Ind. Pharm. 35 (2009) 1409–1418; https://doi.org/10.3109/03639040902939247 5. Z. Z. Ge, M. Y. Yang, Y. L. Wang, L. Shan and C. S. Gao, Preparation and evaluation of orally disintegrating tablets of taste masked

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