Michal E. Matteucci, Ph.D.

2007 Chemical Engineering University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 
Chemical Engineering, Pharmaceutical Chemistry
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Keith P. Johnston grad student 2007 UT Austin
 (Highly supersaturated aqueous solutions by design of amorphous pharmaceutical nanoparticles.)
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Miller MA, DiNunzio J, Matteucci ME, et al. (2012) Flocculated amorphous itraconazole nanoparticles for enhanced in vitro supersaturation and in vivo bioavailability. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy. 38: 557-70
Matteucci ME, Paguio JC, Miller MA, et al. (2009) Highly supersaturated solutions from dissolution of amorphous itraconazole microparticles at pH 6.8. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 6: 375-85
Chen X, Matteucci ME, Lo CY, et al. (2009) Flocculation of polymer stabilized nanocrystal suspensions to produce redispersible powders. Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy. 35: 283-96
Matteucci ME, Miller MA, Williams RO, et al. (2008) Highly supersaturated solutions of amorphous drugs approaching predictions from configurational thermodynamic properties. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 112: 16675-81
Matteucci ME, Paguio JC, Miller MA, et al. (2008) Flocculated amorphous nanoparticles for highly supersaturated solutions. Pharmaceutical Research. 25: 2477-87
Miller MA, Matteucci ME, Williams RO, et al. (2008) Flocculated amorphous nanoparticles for enhanced bioavailability of poorly-water soluble drugs: In-vitro and in-vivo studies Aiche Annual Meeting, Conference Proceedings
Matteucci ME, Brettmann BK, Rogers TL, et al. (2007) Design of potent amorphous drug nanoparticles for rapid generation of highly supersaturated media. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 4: 782-93
Sinswat P, Matteucci ME, Johnston KP, et al. (2007) Dissolution rates and supersaturation behavior of amorphous repaglinide particles produced by controlled precipitation Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology. 3: 18-27
Matteucci ME, Hotze MA, Johnston KP, et al. (2006) Drug nanoparticles by antisolvent precipitation: mixing energy versus surfactant stabilization. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids. 22: 8951-9
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