Abu T.M. Serajuddin mainly investigates Dissolution, Solubility, Dosage form, Chromatography and Inorganic chemistry. His Dissolution research includes elements of Amorphous solid, Crystallization and Solvent evaporation. His Dosage form research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Dispersion, Mixing and Nanotechnology.
The various areas that Abu T.M. Serajuddin examines in his Chromatography study include Bioavailability, Water soluble drug, Polyvinyl alcohol, Polyethylene glycol and Particle size. Abu T.M. Serajuddin interconnects Common-ion effect, Salt and Aqueous solution in the investigation of issues within Inorganic chemistry. His studies deal with areas such as Extrusion and Organic chemistry, Polymer as well as Chemical engineering.
Abu T.M. Serajuddin focuses on Solubility, Chromatography, Chemical engineering, Dissolution and Dosage form. His research in Solubility tackles topics such as Salt which are related to areas like Magnesium. His study in Chromatography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bioavailability, Pulmonary surfactant, Particle size, Polyvinyl alcohol and Polyethylene glycol.
His Chemical engineering study which covers Extrusion that intersects with Polymer, Glass transition, Granulation and Melting point. His research on Dissolution also deals with topics like
Inorganic chemistry which intersects with area such as Common-ion effect,
Dispersion that connect with fields like Nanotechnology. His Dosage form study also includes fields such as
Nuclear chemistry which intersects with area such as Stereochemistry,
Apparent viscosity most often made with reference to Active ingredient.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Chemical engineering, Extrusion, Solubility, Polymer and Dissolution. His Extrusion research also works with subjects such as
His Polymer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Glutaric acid and Granulation. As part of his studies on Dissolution, he frequently links adjacent subjects like Supersaturation. His Drug release study incorporates themes from Polyvinyl alcohol, Adsorption and Dosage form.
His primary areas of investigation include Chemical engineering, Extrusion, Miscibility, Polymer and Plasticizer. His Chemical engineering research incorporates themes from Salt, Ethyl acetate, Grinding and Solubility. His Solubility research integrates issues from Ultimate tensile strength, Compaction, Hypromellose Derivatives, Methacrylate and Excipient.
His research integrates issues of Casting, Organic chemistry, Dissolution and Drug in his study of Extrusion. His Miscibility research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Amorphous solid, Rheometer, Melting point and Shear rate. The Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Polyvinyl alcohol, Sorbitol, Crystallinity and Granulation.
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Solid dispersion of poorly water‐soluble drugs: Early promises, subsequent problems, and recent breakthroughs
Abu T.M. Serajuddin;Abu T.M. Serajuddin.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1999)
Salt formation to improve drug solubility.
Abu T.M. Serajuddin.
Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews (2007)
Trends in solubility of polymorphs.
Madhu Pudipeddi;Abu T.M. Serajuddin.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2005)
Effect of Vehicle Amphiphilicity on the Dissolution and Bioavailability of a Poorly Water-Soluble Drug from Solid Dispersions
Abu T. M. Serajuddin;Pai‐Chang Sheen;Daniel Mufson;David F. Bernstein.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1988)
Relative Lipophilicities, Solubilities, and Structure–Pharmacological Considerations of 3-Hydroxy-3-Methylglutaryl-Coenzyme A (HMG-CoA) Reductase Inhibitors Pravastatin, Lovastatin, Mevastatin, and Simvastatin
Abu T.M. Serajuddin;Sunanda A. Ranadive;Eileen M. Mahoney.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1991)
Effect of combined use of nonionic surfactant on formation of oil-in-water microemulsions.
Ping Li;Anasuya Ghosh;Robert F. Wagner;Steve Krill.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2005)
Selection of solid dosage form composition through drug-excipient compatibility testing.
Abu T.M. Serajuddin;Ajit B. Thakur;Rabin N. Ghoshal;Michael G. Fakes.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1999)
Application of melt extrusion in the development of a physically and chemically stable high-energy amorphous solid dispersion of a poorly water-soluble drug.
Jay P. Lakshman;Yu Cao;James Kowalski;Abu T. M. Serajuddin.
Molecular Pharmaceutics (2008)
An integrated approach to the selection of optimal salt form for a new drug candidate
Kenneth R. Morris;Michael G. Fakes;Ajit B. Thakur;Ann W. Newman.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (1994)
Bioavailability enhancement of a poorly water-soluble drug by solid dispersion in polyethylene glycol-polysorbate 80 mixture.
Hemant N Joshi;Ravindra W Tejwani;Martha Davidovich;Vaishali P Sahasrabudhe.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (2004)
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