A nanohybrid system for taste masking of sildenafil

Ji-Hee Lee; Goeun Choi; Yeon-Ji Oh; Je Won Park; Young Bin Choy; Mung Chul Park; Yeo Joon Yoon; Hwa Jeong Lee; Hee Chul Chang; Jin-Ho Choy
January 2012
International Journal of Nanomedicine;2012, Vol. 7, p1635
Academic Journal
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