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The importance of the cosolvent propylene glycol on the antimicrobial preservative efficacy of a pharmaceutical formulation by DOE-ruggedness testing

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De Spiegeleer, Bart, E WATTYN, Guido Slegers, Paul Van Der Meeren, K VLAMINCK, and Lieven Van Vooren. 2006. “The Importance of the Cosolvent Propylene Glycol on the Antimicrobial Preservative Efficacy of a Pharmaceutical Formulation by DOE-ruggedness Testing.” Pharmaceutical Development and Technology 11 (3): 275–284.
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De Spiegeleer, B., WATTYN, E., Slegers, G., Van Der Meeren, P., VLAMINCK, K., & Van Vooren, L. (2006). The importance of the cosolvent propylene glycol on the antimicrobial preservative efficacy of a pharmaceutical formulation by DOE-ruggedness testing. PHARMACEUTICAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY, 11(3), 275–284.
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De Spiegeleer B, WATTYN E, Slegers G, Van Der Meeren P, VLAMINCK K, Van Vooren L. The importance of the cosolvent propylene glycol on the antimicrobial preservative efficacy of a pharmaceutical formulation by DOE-ruggedness testing. PHARMACEUTICAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY. TAYLOR & FRANCIS INC; 2006;11(3):275–84.
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De Spiegeleer, Bart, E WATTYN, Guido Slegers, et al. “The Importance of the Cosolvent Propylene Glycol on the Antimicrobial Preservative Efficacy of a Pharmaceutical Formulation by DOE-ruggedness Testing.” PHARMACEUTICAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY 11.3 (2006): 275–284. Print.
@article{345253,
  author       = {De Spiegeleer, Bart and WATTYN, E and Slegers, Guido and Van Der Meeren, Paul and VLAMINCK, K and Van Vooren, Lieven},
  issn         = {1083-7450},
  journal      = {PHARMACEUTICAL DEVELOPMENT AND TECHNOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {275--284},
  publisher    = {TAYLOR \& FRANCIS INC},
  title        = {The importance of the cosolvent propylene glycol on the antimicrobial preservative efficacy of a pharmaceutical formulation by DOE-ruggedness testing},
  volume       = {11},
  year         = {2006},
}

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