Preparation and Characterization of Meloxicam–Myrj-52 Granules Obtained by Melt Granulation - Pharmaceutical Technology

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Preparation and Characterization of Meloxicam–Myrj-52 Granules Obtained by Melt Granulation
Various manufacturing techniques can improve a drug's solubility, thus increasing its bioavailability. The authors examined whether melt granulation can enhance drug solubility using meloxicam as the drug substance and myrj-52 as the binder.


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