Matrix systems for oral drug delivery: Formulations and drug release

Gábor Vasvári, József Kalmár, Péter Veres, M. Vecsernyés, I. Bácskay, Pálma Fehér, Zoltán Ujhelyi, Ádám Haimhoffer, Ágnes Rusznyák, Ferenc Fenyvesi, J. Váradi

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In this current article matrix formulations for oral drug delivery are reviewed. Conventional dosage forms and novel applications such as 3D printed matrices and aerogel matrices are discussed. Beside characterization, excipients and matrix forming agents are also enlisted and classified. The incorporated drug could exist in crystalline or in amorphous forms, which makes drug dissolution easily tunable. Main drug release mechanisms are detailed and reviewed to support rational design in pharmaceutical technology and manufacturing considering the fact that R&D members of the industry are forced to obtain knowledge about excipients and methods pros and cons. As innovative and promising research fields of drug delivery, 3D printed products and highly porous, low density aerogels with high specific surface area are spreading, currently limitlessly. These compositions can also be considered as matrix formulations.

Original languageEnglish
JournalDrug Discovery Today: Technologies
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Publication statusAccepted/In press - Jan 1 2018

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Matrix systems for oral drug delivery : Formulations and drug release. / Vasvári, Gábor; Kalmár, József; Veres, Péter; Vecsernyés, M.; Bácskay, I.; Fehér, Pálma; Ujhelyi, Zoltán; Haimhoffer, Ádám; Rusznyák, Ágnes; Fenyvesi, Ferenc; Váradi, J.

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Vasvári, Gábor ; Kalmár, József ; Veres, Péter ; Vecsernyés, M. ; Bácskay, I. ; Fehér, Pálma ; Ujhelyi, Zoltán ; Haimhoffer, Ádám ; Rusznyák, Ágnes ; Fenyvesi, Ferenc ; Váradi, J. / Matrix systems for oral drug delivery : Formulations and drug release. In: Drug Discovery Today: Technologies. 2018.
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