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Le, Tuan-tu, Elzhry Elyafi, Abdul Khaliq, Mohammed, Afzal R. and Al-khattawi, Ali (2019). Delivery of Poorly Soluble Drugs via Mesoporous Silica: Impact of Drug Overloading on Release and Thermal Profiles. Pharmaceutics, 11 (6),

Dahmash, Eman Z, Al-Khattawi, Ali, Iyire, Affiong, Al-Yami, Hamad, Dennison, Thomas J and Mohammed, Afzal R (2018). Quality by Design (QbD) based process optimisation to develop functionalised particles with modified release properties using novel dry particle coating technique. PLoS ONE, 13 (11),

ElShaer, Amr, Al-Khattawi, Ali, Mohammed, Afzal R., Warzecha, Monika, Lamprou, Dimitrios A. and Hassanin, Hany (2018). Understanding the compaction behaviour of low-substituted HPC:macro, micro, and nano-metric evaluations. Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, 23 (5), pp. 442-453.

Al-Khattawi, Ali, Bayly, Andrew, Phillips, Andrew and Wilson, David (2017). The design and scale-up of spray dried particle delivery systems. Expert Opinion on Drug Delivery, in pre ,

Dennison, Thomas J., Smith, Julian, Hofmann, Michael P., Bland, Charlotte E., Badhan, Raj K., Al-Khattawi, Ali and Mohammed, Afzal R. (2016). Design of experiments to study the impact of process parameters on droplet size and development of non-invasive imaging techniques in tablet coating. PLoS ONE, 11 (8),

Al-Khattawi, Ali, Koner, Jasdip, Rue, Peter, Kirby, Dan, Perrie, Yvonne, Rajabi-Siahboomi, Ali and Mohammed, Afzal R. (2015). A pragmatic approach for engineering porous mannitol and mechanistic evaluation of particle performance. European Journal of Pharmaceutics and Biopharmaceutics, 94 , pp. 1-10.

Al-Khattawi, Ali, Alyami, Hamad, Townsend, Bill, Ma, Xianghong and Mohammed, Afzal R. (2014). Evidence-based nanoscopic and molecular framework for excipient functionality in compressed orally disintegrating tablets. PLoS ONE, 9 (7),

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