Dr. Stefan Seyferth


Types of publications

Journal article
Book chapter / Article in edited volumes
Authored book
Edited Volume
Conference contribution
Other publication type
Unpublished / Preprint

Publication year




3D screen printing technology enables fabrication of oral drug dosage forms with freely tailorable release profiles (2023) Enke M, Schwarz N, Gruschwitz F, Winkler D, Hanf F, Jescheck L, Seyferth S, et al. Journal article Application of a three-fluid nozzle for the preparation of amorphous solid dispersions (2023) Corell C, Seyferth S, Fischer D, Schiffter HA Journal article Topical systems for the controlled release of antineoplastic Drugs: Oxidized Alginate-Gelatin Hydrogel/Unilamellar vesicles (2023) Stagnoli S, Garro C, Ertekin Ö, Heid S, Seyferth S, Soria G, Mariano Correa N, et al. Journal article Soluble CD83 improves and accelerates wound healing by the induction of pro-resolving macrophages (2022) Royzman D, Peckert-Maier K, Stich L, König C, Wild A, Tauchi M, Ostalecki C, et al. Journal article The soluble CD83 molecule accelerates wound closure and improves wound healing quality (2022) Royzman D, Peckert-Maier K, Stich L, Wild A, Ostalecki C, Seyferth S, Eming SA, et al. Conference contribution Soluble CD83 promotes cutaneous wound healing in an IDO-and beta-catenindependent manner (2022) Royzman D, Peckert-Maier K, Stich L, Wild A, Ostalecki C, Kiesewetter F, Seyferth S, et al. Conference contribution Scalable 3D Screen Printing Technology in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing - High Degree of Freedom in Terms of Drug Choice (2021) Schneeberger A, Seyferth S, Fischer D Journal article, Original article Skin sodium is increased in male patients with multiple sclerosis and related animal models (2021) Huhn K, Linz P, Pemsel F, Michalke B, Seyferth S, Kopp C, Chaudri MA, et al. Journal article The tangential flow absorption model (TFAM) - a novel dissolution method for evaluating the performance of amorphous solid dispersions of poorly water-soluble actives (2020) Haering B, Seyferth S, Schiffter HA Journal article Improved stability of polyclonal antibodies: A case study with lyophilization-conserved antibodies raised against epitopes from the malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum (2020) Simon N, Sperber C, Voigtländer C, Born J, Gilbert D, Seyferth S, Lee G, et al. Journal article