Rama Mallipeddi, Ph.D.

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2009 University of the Sciences in Philadelphia 
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Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry
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Steven H. Neau grad student 2009 University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
 (The application of coarse particle ethylcellulose and high molecular weight polyethylene oxide in the production of beads by extrusion-spheronization.)
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Saripella KK, Loka NC, Mallipeddi R, et al. (2016) A Quality by Experimental Design Approach to Assess the Effect of Formulation and Process Variables on the Extrusion and Spheronization of Drug-Loaded Pellets Containing Polyplasdone(®) XL-10. Aaps Pharmscitech. 17: 368-79
Mallipeddi R, Saripella KK, Neau SH. (2014) Use of fine particle ethylcellulose as the diluent in the production of pellets by extrusion-spheronization. Saudi Pharmaceutical Journal : Spj : the Official Publication of the Saudi Pharmaceutical Society. 22: 360-72
Saripella KK, Mallipeddi R, Neau SH. (2014) Crospovidone interactions with water. II. Dynamic vapor sorption analysis of the effect of Polyplasdone particle size on its uptake and distribution of water. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 475: 174-80
Saripella KK, Mallipeddi R, Neau SH. (2014) Crospovidone interactions with water. I. Calorimetric study of the effect of Polyplasdone particle size on its uptake and distribution of water. Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 103: 669-75
Omwancha WS, Mallipeddi R, Valle BL, et al. (2013) Chitosan as a pore former in coated beads for colon specific drug delivery of 5-ASA. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 441: 343-51
Mallipeddi R, Saripella KK, Neau SH. (2010) Use of coarse ethylcellulose and PEO in beads produced by extrusion-spheronization. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 385: 53-65
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