Development of an Osmotically Controlled Drug-Delivery System of Glipizide - Pharmaceutical Technology

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Development of an Osmotically Controlled Drug-Delivery System of Glipizide
The authors describe the development of an inclusion complex of GLZ and formulated an extended-release dosage form based on osmotic technology.


Pharmaceutical Technology
pp. 80-91

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