Ikram Ullah Khan

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Strasbourg, Strasbourg, Grand Est, France 
Area:
Microfluidics, Capillary-based device, Polymer, Drug delivery, Microbeads, Janus particle, Core-shell particle, Trojan particle, Cytotoxicity, PH sensitive, UV initiated polymerization
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Thierry Vandamme grad student 2014 Strasbourg
 (Microfluidic-assisted synthesis and release properties of multi-domain polymer microparticles drug carriers)
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Attia MF, Anton N, Khan IU, et al. (2016) One-step synthesis of iron oxide polypyrrole nanoparticles encapsulating ketoprofen as model of hydrophobic drug. International Journal of Pharmaceutics
Khan IU, Serra CA, Anton N, et al. (2015) Microfluidic conceived Trojan microcarriers for oral delivery of nanoparticles. International Journal of Pharmaceutics
Khan IU, Serra CA, Anton N, et al. (2015) Production of nanoparticle drug delivery systems with microfluidics tools. Expert Opinion On Drug Delivery. 12: 547-62
Khan IU, Stolch L, Serra CA, et al. (2015) Microfluidic conceived pH sensitive core-shell particles for dual drug delivery. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 478: 78-87
Shahzad Y, Khan IU, Hussain T, et al. (2014) Bioactive albumin-based carriers for tumour chemotherapy. Current Cancer Drug Targets. 14: 752-63
Khan IU, Serra CA, Anton N, et al. (2014) Microfluidic conceived drug loaded Janus particles in side-by-side capillaries device. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 473: 239-49
Khan IU, Serra CA, Anton N, et al. (2013) Microfluidics: a focus on improved cancer targeted drug delivery systems. Journal of Controlled Release : Official Journal of the Controlled Release Society. 172: 1065-74
Khan IU, Serra CA, Anton N, et al. (2013) Continuous-flow encapsulation of ketoprofen in copolymer microbeads via co-axial microfluidic device: influence of operating and material parameters on drug carrier properties. International Journal of Pharmaceutics. 441: 809-17
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