Professor Stanley S. (Bob) Davis has authored or co-authored over eight hundred scientific papers and has co-edited seven books relating to the pharmaceutical sciences, many of which pertain to controlled-release formulations.
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Selected Recent Publications
1 Nasal administration of an angiotensin antagonist in the rat model: Effect of bioadhesive formulations on the distribution of drugs to the systemic and central nervous systems.
CHARLTON S.T, DAVIS S.S, ILLUM L., Int J Pharm. 338, 94-103, 2007 | link pdf
2 Evaluation of bioadhesive polymers as delivery systems for nose to brain delivery: In vitro characterisation studies. CHARLTON S.T, DAVIS S.S, ILLUM L.,
J Control Release 118, 25-34, 2007 | link pdf
3 Distribution and clearance of bioadhesive formulations from the olfactory region in man: Effect of polymer type and nasal delivery device. CHARLTON S.T, DAVIS S.S, ILLUM L., Eur J Pharm Sci. 30,295-302, 2007 | link pdf
4 Evaluation of the mechanism of direct transport of an angiotensin antagonist from the nasal cavity to the central nervous system.
CHARLTON, S.T, WHETSTONE,A. FAYINKA, ST, READ,KD, ILLUM,L
DAVIS, S.S, Pharmaceutical Research, Pharmaceutical Research 25, 1531-43, 2008| link
5 Design and evaluation of an emulsion vehicle for paclitaxel, ii. suppression of the crystallisation of paclitaxel by freeze-drying technique. HAN, J., DAVIS, S.S., and WASHINGTON, C, Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy, Drug Development and Industrial Pharmacy 33,1151-7,2007 | link
6 Evaluation of effect of ephedrine on the transport of drugs from the nasal cavity to the systemic circulation and the central nervous system. STUART T. CHARLTON, STANLEY S. DAVIS, & LISBETH ILLUM, J. Drug Target. 15, 370-377, 2007 |
7 Distribution and clearance of bioadhesive formulations from the olfactory region in man: effect of polymer type and nasal delivery device.
CHARLTON S, JONES NS, DAVIS SS, ILLUM L., Eur J Pharm Sci. 3-4:295-302, 2007 | link pdf
Recent Publications available as PDF files
1 Atomic force microscopy of gastric mucin and chitosan mucoadhesive systems (pdf)
2 Intranasal Delivery of Morphine (pdf)
3 Meeting the Challenges of Viable Delivery Systems for Peptide and Protein Pharmaceuticals (pdf)
4 The Use of Soluble Polymers and Polymer Microparticles to Provide Improved Vaccine Responses After Parenteral and Mucosal Delivery (pdf)
5 Formulation Strategies for Absorption Windows (pdf)
6 Differences in the adsorption behaviour of poly(ethylene oxide) copolymers onto model polystyrene nanoparticles assessed by isothermal titration microcalorimetry correspond to the biological differences (pdf)
7 LEAPT: Lectin-directed enzyme-activated prodrug therapy (pdf)
AAPS PharmSciTech (an online journal published and owned by the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists)
100 Most-Cited Scientists in Pharmacology & Toxicology
APV Newsletter Drug Delivery (pdf see page 4)