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2017

Wagner-Hattler, Leonie and Schoelkopf, Joachim and Huwyler, Jörg and Puchkov, Maxim. (2017) Characterization of new Functionalized Calcium Carbonate-Polycaprolactone Composite Material for Application in Geometry-constrained Drug Release Formulation Development. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy, 43 (10). pp. 1669-1676.

2016

Preisig, Daniel and Roth, Roger and Tognola, Sandy and Varum, Felipe J. O. and Bravo, Roberto and Cetinkaya, Yalcin and Huwyler, Jörg and Puchkov, Maxim. (2016) Mucoadhesive microparticles for local treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. European journal of pharmaceutics and biopharmaceutics, 105. pp. 156-165.

Eberle, Veronika A. and Häring, Armella and Schoelkopf, Joachim and Gane, Patric A. C. and Huwyler, Jörg and Puchkov, Maxim. (2016) In silico and in vitro methods to optimize the performance of experimental gastroretentive floating mini-tablets. Drug development and industrial pharmacy, 42 (5). pp. 808-817.

2015

Preisig, Daniel and Weingartner, Michael and Varum, Felipe J. O. and Bravo, Roberto and Alles, Rainer and Huwyler, Jörg and Puchkov, Maxim. (2015) Marker-ion analysis for quantification of mucoadhesivity of microparticles in particle-retention assays. International journal of pharmaceutics, 487 (1-2). pp. 157-166.

Moser, Wendelin and Ali, Said M. and Ame, Shaali M. and Speich, Benjamin and Puchkov, Maxim and Huwyler, Jörg and Albonico, Marco and Hattendorf, Jan and Keiser, Jennifer. (2015) Efficacy and safety of oxantel pamoate in school-aged children infected with Trichuris trichiura on Pemba Island, Tanzania: a parallel, randomised, controlled, dose-ranging study. The Lancet infectious diseases, 16 (1). pp. 53-60.

2013

Nalluri, Venkateshwar Rao and Puchkov, Maxim and Kuentz, Martin. (2013) Toward better understanding of powder avalanching and shear cell parameters of drug-excipient blends to design minimal weight variability into pharmaceutical capsules. International journal of pharmaceutics, Vol. 442, H. 1-2. S. 49-56.

Kimura, Go and Puchkov, Maxim and Leuenberger, Hans. (2013) An attempt to calculate in silico disintegration time of tablets containing mefenamic acid, a low water-soluble drug. Journal of pharmaceutical sciences, Vol. 102, H. 7. S. 2166-2178.

Stirnimann, Tanja and Di Maiuta, Nicola and Gerard, Daniel E. and Alles, Rainer and Huwyler, Jörg and Puchkov, Maxim. (2013) Functionalized Calcium Carbonate as a Novel Pharmaceutical Excipient for the Preparation of Orally Dispersible Tablets. Pharmaceutical research, Vol. 30, H. 7. S. 1915-1925.

2011

Leuenberger, Hans and Leuenberger, Michael and Puchkov, Maxim. (2011) Virtual scale-up of manufacturing solid dosage forms. In: Pharmaceutical process scale-up. New York, S. 490.

2009

Hans Leuenberger, Maxim Puchkov and Etienne Krausbauer, Gabriele Betz. (2009) Manufacturing Pharmaceutical Granules : Is the Granulation Endpoint a Myth? Powder technology, Vol. 189. S. 141-148.

2008

Krausbauer, Etienne and Puchkov, Maxim and Betz, Gabriele and Leuenberger, Hans. (2008) Rational estimation of the optimum amount of non-fibrous disintegrant applying percolation theory for binary fast disintegrating formulation. Journal of pharmaceutical sciences, Vol. 97, H. 1. S. 529-541.

2007

Kimura, Go and Puchkov, Maxim and Betz, Gabriele and Leuenberger, Hans. (2007) Percolation theory and the role of maize starch as a disintegrant for a low water-soluble drug. Pharmaceutical development and technology, Vol. 12, H. 1. S. 11-19.

2006

Leuenberger, H. and Menshutina, N. and Betz, G. and Puchkov, M. N.. (2006) E-learning and development of new courses and scientific work in the field of pharmaceutical technology. Chimia, Vol. 60, H. 1-2. S. 80-82.

Leuenberger, H. and Plitzko, M. and Puchkov, M.. (2006) Spray freeze drying in a fluidized bed at normal and low pressure. Drying technology, Vol. 24, H. 6. S. 711-719.