Search Articles







Respiratory Drug Delivery IX (2004)

ISBN: Volume I, 1-930114-63X; Volume II, 1-930114-64-8; Volume III, 1-930114-65-6

Editors: Dalby, RN, Byron, PR, Peart, J, Suman, JD and Farr, SJ

Copyright© 2004 by Virginia Commonwealth University. All rights reserved. Subject to fair use provisions of United States Copyright Law, no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without written permission from Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA. Please address permission requests or inquiries about excerpted or customized reprints of five or more copies to RDD Online.

Showing 1-10 of 180 article(s)

1. Pathophysiology of Chronic Airways Disease: Therapeutic Concepts for the Future
Knowles MR
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 1-10.

2. Pulmonary Delivery of Peptides and the Use and Interpretation of Pulmonary Function Tests
Clauson PG, Wollmer P
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 11-16.

3. Lung Surfactant: Spreading Into New Territory
Niven RW, Nutt M, Rairkar M, Watanabe WS
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 17-26.

4. Next Generation Steroid Design: The Importance of the Transrepression/Transactivation Hypothesis
Farrow SN, Uings I
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 27-32.

5. Alveolar Macrophages: A Target for Drug Delivery
Garcia-Contreras L, Jones LD, Hickey AJ
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 33-40.

6. Molecular Polar Surface Area and Efflux Transporters - Their Importance in Pulmonary Drug Absorption
Tronde A
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 41-48.

7. Importance of Insulin Association on Pulmonary Absorption and Metabolism
Pang Y, Sakagami M
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 49-58.

8. Optimizing the Pharmaceutical Properties of Aerosol Drugs: Theory and Practice
Hochhaus G
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 59-68.

9. Modifying the Pulmonary Absorption And Retention of Proteins through PEGylation
Leach CL, Kuo M, Bueche B, Fishburn S, Viegas T, Bossard M, Guo L, Bentley MD, Hobbs CH, Cherrington AD, Patton JS
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 69-78.

10. Antibody Transporters - Are They Usable Carriers for Biopharmaceuticals?
Bitonti A, Dumont J, Garcia A, Peters R, Low S, Palombella V, Lu Y, Song J, Kropp K
Respiratory Drug Delivery IX. Volume 1, 2004: 79-86.