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Lubrication of Direct-Compressible Blends with Magnesium Stearate Monohydrate and Dihydrate
The influence of magnesium stearate (MgSt) on powder lubrication and finished solid-dose properties presents big challenges to drug manufacturers.


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23. V. Swaminathan, D. Simmons, and M. Bourland, "Effect of Magnesium Stearate on Ribbon, Granule and Tablet Characteristics in Dry Granulation," AAPS abstract T2212 (2006).


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