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Dec-2014Across the pulmonary epithelial barrier: Integration of physicochemical properties and human cell models to study pulmonary drug formulations.Haghi, M; Ong, HX; Traini, D; Young, P
Oct-2016Application of RPMI 2650 Nasal Cell Model to a 3D Printed Apparatus for the Testing of Drug Deposition and Permeation of Nasal Products.Pozzoli, M; Ong, HX; Morgan, L; Sukkar, M; Traini, D; Young, PM; Sonvico, F
Jan-2011Cellular release profiling of controlled release dry powder pulmonary formulationOng, HX; Traini, D; Bebawy, M; Young, P; Dalby, RN; Byron, PR; Peart, J; Suman, JD; Young, PM
Jan-2013Ciprofloxacin Is Actively Transported across Bronchial Lung Epithelial Cells Using a Calu-3 Air Interface Cell Model.Ong, HX; Traini, D; Bebawy, M; Young, P
Jan-2011Epithelial profiling of antibiotic controlled release respiratory formulationsOng, HX; Traini, D; Bebawy, M; Young, P
Jan-2014In vitro and ex vivo methods predict the enhanced lung residence time of liposomal ciprofloxacin formulations for nebulisationOng, HX; Benaouda, F; Traini, D; Cipolla, D; Gonda, I; Bebawy, M; forbes, B; Young, P
Jan-2012Inhaled Liposomal Ciprofloxacin Nanoparticles Control the Release of Antibiotic at the Bronchial EpitheliaOng, HX; Cipolla, DC; Gonda, I; Traini, D; Bebawy, M; Agus, H; Young, PM; Dalby, RN; Byron, PR; Peart, J; Suman, JD; Farr, SJ; Young, PM
Jan-2012Liposomal Nanoparticles Control The Uptake Of Ciprofloxacin Across Respiratory EpitheliaOng, HX; Traini, D; Cipolla, D; Gonda, I; Bebawy, M; Agus, H; Young, P
Jan-2013Multiple dosing of simvastatin inhibits airway mucus production of epithelial cells: Implications in the treatment of chronic obstructive airway pathologiesMarin, L; Traini, D; Bebawy, M; Colombo, P; Buttini, F; Haghi, M; Ong, HX; Young, P
Jan-2014Optimization of RPMI 2650 Cells as a Model for Nasal MucosaPozzoli, M; Sonvico, F; Ong, HX; Traini, D; Bebawy, M; Young, P; Dalby, RN; Byron, PR; Peart, J; Suman, JD; Farr, SJ; Young, PM; Traini, D