Excipients

Nov 06, 2005
ePT--the Electronic Newsletter of Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Palatinit's "galenIQ" is line of multifunctional excipients that offer the combined advantages of other bulk excipients.
Jun 01, 2005
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
HR-US is a nondestructive technique with enormous potential for the analysis of materials and formulations used in the pharmaceutical industry.
May 27, 2005
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
New Excipient Guidance Doesn?t Fill Regulatory Gap
Mar 02, 2005
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
IPEC-Americas has just completed a major update to its significant change guideline to address current issues in the manufacture of excipient ingredients and to assist manufacturers in developing an impurity profile.
Dec 01, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
A harmonized global specification is possible providing that the procedures and acceptance criteria defined are acceptable to regulatory authorities in all regions.
Jun 01, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Added functionality excipients facilitate the development of novel drug delivery methods and improve processing techniques.
May 02, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
The author suggests that an excipient's functionality can only be determined in the context of a specific formulation and manufacturing process.
Apr 02, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology
By Pharmaceutical Technology Editors
Synthetic excipients frequently offer advantages over all-natural compounds.
Apr 01, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
The bioavailability of some insoluble drugs is enhanced when they are dissolved in the solubilizing agent macrogol 400, although conventional hard capsules cannot tolerate the agent. This article investigates a PVA copolymer, which has been developed by the authors, examining its properties and its suitability as a material in capsule formulations.
Apr 01, 2004
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
Dry powder inhalers are a well-accepted dosage form for pulmonary drug delivery and a wide variety are either currently available or in development. This article examines a premetered, capsule-based multidose inhaler for which different qualities of a-lactose monohydrate were screened.
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