Bruno Sarmento
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Solid dispersions as strategy to improve oral bioavailability of poor water soluble drugs
T Vasconcelos, B Sarmento, P Costa
Drug discovery today 12 (23-24), 1068-1075, 2007
Alginate/chitosan nanoparticles are effective for oral insulin delivery
B Sarmento, A Ribeiro, F Veiga, P Sampaio, R Neufeld, D Ferreira
Pharmaceutical research 24 (12), 2198-2206, 2007
Characterization of insulin-loaded alginate nanoparticles produced by ionotropic pre-gelation through DSC and FTIR studies
B Sarmento, D Ferreira, F Veiga, A Ribeiro
Carbohydrate polymers 66 (1), 1-7, 2006
Lipid-based colloidal carriers for peptide and protein delivery–liposomes versus lipid nanoparticles
S Martins, B Sarmento, DC Ferreira, EB Souto
International journal of nanomedicine 2 (4), 595, 2007
Mucoadhesive polymers in the design of nano-drug delivery systems for administration by non-parenteral routes: a review
A Sosnik, J das Neves, B Sarmento
Progress in Polymer Science 39 (12), 2030-2075, 2014
Oral insulin delivery by means of solid lipid nanoparticles
B Sarmento, S Martins, D Ferreira, EB Souto
International journal of nanomedicine 2 (4), 743, 2007
Oral bioavailability of insulin contained in polysaccharide nanoparticles
B Sarmento, A Ribeiro, F Veiga, D Ferreira, R Neufeld
Biomacromolecules 8 (10), 3054-3060, 2007
Development and characterization of new insulin containing polysaccharide nanoparticles
B Sarmento, A Ribeiro, F Veiga, D Ferreira
Colloids and Surfaces B: Biointerfaces 53 (2), 193-202, 2006
Amorphous solid dispersions: Rational selection of a manufacturing process
T Vasconcelos, S Marques, J das Neves, B Sarmento
Advanced drug delivery reviews 100, 85-101, 2016
Probing insulin’s secondary structure after entrapment into alginate/chitosan nanoparticles
B Sarmento, DC Ferreira, L Jorgensen, M Van De Weert
European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics 65 (1), 10-17, 2007
Establishment of a triple co-culture in vitro cell models to study intestinal absorption of peptide drugs
F Antunes, F Andrade, F Araújo, D Ferreira, B Sarmento
European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics 83 (3), 427-435, 2013
Insulin-loaded nanoparticles are prepared by alginate ionotropic pre-gelation followed by chitosan polyelectrolyte complexation
B Sarmento, AJ Ribeiro, F Veiga, DC Ferreira, RJ Neufeld
Journal of nanoscience and nanotechnology 7 (8), 2833-2841, 2007
Nanotechnology-based systems for the treatment and prevention of HIV/AIDS
J das Neves, MM Amiji, MF Bahia, B Sarmento
Advanced drug delivery reviews 62 (4-5), 458-477, 2010
Development and comparison of different nanoparticulate polyelectrolyte complexes as insulin carriers
B Sarmento, S Martins, A Ribeiro, F Veiga, R Neufeld, D Ferreira
International Journal of Peptide Research and Therapeutics 12 (2), 131-138, 2006
Polymer-based nanoparticles for oral insulin delivery: Revisited approaches
P Fonte, F Araújo, C Silva, C Pereira, S Reis, HA Santos, B Sarmento
Biotechnology advances 33 (6), 1342-1354, 2015
Nanotechnology and pulmonary delivery to overcome resistance in infectious diseases
F Andrade, D Rafael, M Videira, D Ferreira, A Sosnik, B Sarmento
Advanced drug delivery reviews 65 (13-14), 1816-1827, 2013
In vitro evaluation of biodegradable lignin-based nanoparticles for drug delivery and enhanced antiproliferation effect in cancer cells
P Figueiredo, K Lintinen, A Kiriazis, V Hynninen, Z Liu, T Bauleth-Ramos, ...
Biomaterials 121, 97-108, 2017
Chitosan: an option for development of essential oil delivery systems for oral cavity care?
A São Pedro, E Cabral-Albuquerque, D Ferreira, B Sarmento
Carbohydrate polymers 76 (4), 501-508, 2009
Oral insulin delivery: how far are we?
P Fonte, F Araújo, S Reis, B Sarmento
Journal of diabetes science and technology 7 (2), 520-531, 2013
Insulin-loaded alginate microspheres for oral delivery–effect of polysaccharide reinforcement on physicochemical properties and release profile
S Martins, B Sarmento, EB Souto, DC Ferreira
Carbohydrate Polymers 69 (4), 725-731, 2007
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