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Rebranding Lipophilic Excipients
Streamlining the structure, nomenclature and functionality of excipients

Pharmaceutical Technology Europe
Volume 24, Issue 9


Rebranding gives us the opportunity to include other solubilizers and related excipients based on their chemistry and functionalities in our four umbrella subgroups. With continuing interest to increase drug solubilization, it is our understanding that this rebranding will reduce the complexity involved in selecting pharmaceuticalgrade excipients in formulation development. Thus, this will encourage excipients manufacturers to adopt a norm to simplify complex product portfolios.


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