Massimiliano Pio Di Cagno

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My research interests vary quite a lot within the pharmaceutical field, and comprise physical pharmacy, solubilization techniques to improve solubility of poorly soluble compounds and development of in vitro tools for drug permeability investigation (e.g. Permeapad®). Recently, we have developed an unique approach for the parametrization of drug diffusivity in unstirred media.

 

Publications

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  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2020). In vitro artificial permeability assays: a guide for users.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio & Stein, Paul C (2019). Studying the effect of solubilizing agents on drug diffusion through the unstirred water layer (UWL) by localized spectroscopy.
  • Wu, Iren Yeeling; Nikolaisen, Trygg Einar; Skalko-Basnet, Natasa & Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2018). Tonicity environmental changes do affect drug release from large unilamellar vesicles.
  • Wu, Iren Yeeling; Nikolaisen, Trygg Einar; Skalko-Basnet, Natasa & Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2017). Influence of the environmental tonicity perturbations on the release of two fluorescent markers from large unilamellar vesicles (LUVs).
  • Wu, Iren Yeeling; Skalko-Basnet, Natasa & Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2017). Influence of the environmental tonicity perturbations on the release of two fluorescent markers from large unilamellar vesicles (LUVs).
  • Stelzl, Dominik; Nielsen, Thorbjørn Terndrup; Hansen, Terkel & Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2016). β-CD-dextran for efficient sequestration of cholesterol from phospholipid bilayers: Mechanistic and safe-toxicity investigations.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2015). Biomimetic Barrier PermeapadTM: an innovative tool for passive drug permeabilities investigation.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2015). PermeapadTM: an innovative tool for passive drug permeabilities investigation.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2014). β-cyclodextrin-dextran polymers for the solubilization of poorly soluble drugs.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2013). True supersaturation states induced by polymeric micelles and liposomes: the mechanistic explanation of drug permeability enhancements.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2012). Antioxidant micelles as optimal tools for delivery of unstable pharmaceutical entities.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2012). Preformulation of poorly soluble and Instable cytotoxic compounds: A comparison of three approaches for oral and i.v. administration.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2012). Study on the host-guest interaction between different β-cyclodextrin derivatives and model drug ibuprofen.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2011). New 3-hydroxyquinolinone derivatives with promising anticancer activity: the challenge of water media.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2010). Host-guest Interaction between different commercial types of β-cyclodextrin and ibuprofen, Drug Transport and Delivery.
  • Di Cagno, Massimiliano Pio (2010). Liposomes as vehicle do increase water solubility of new quinolones derivatives with promising anticancer activity.

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Published Mar. 1, 2019 10:10 AM - Last modified Mar. 16, 2020 2:21 PM