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excipient

[ek′sip·ē·ənt]
(pharmacology)
Any inert substance combined with an active drug for preparing an agreeable or convenient dosage form.
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There is also a need to understand the necessary concentration for each excipient and each drug delivery system.
According to the company, an important application of the technology in this patent, entitled "Viscosity-Reducing Excipient Compounds for Protein Formulations," covers the use of a new excipient that significantly reduces the viscosity of highly concentrated therapeutic antibody solutions.
Maltodextrine (MD) was the excipient that makes the greatest variability in the formulation of anticancer supplement powder.
The pharmaceutical excipient by functionality is segmented into fillers & diluents, binders & adhesives, suspension & viscosity agents, coatings, colorants, flavoring agents & sweeteners, disintegrants, lubricants & glidants, preservatives, solvents, solubilizers and others (anti-adherents, buffering agents, chelating agents, compression aids, foam control agents, sorbents, antioxidants, gelling agents, emulsifiers, emollients & humectants and plasticizers).
3%, according to Transparency Market Research's new report, "Oral Solid Dosage Forms and Pharma Excipients Market.
Some of these factors are DMA quantity, excipient type, excipient quantity, physical properties of the silicone matrix, surface area and temperature.
Demand for pharmaceutical excipients in the US is projected to rise 4.
The safety profile must be obtained medicine by medicine, not all of the results accepted for a given innovative excipient will transfer to another pharmaceutical product.
Various researchers have reported catalytic effect of magnesium stearate on aspirin decomposition based on hydrolysis taking place in an adsorbed layer and the alteration in the pH of this layer by added excipient [22].
com)-- According to a latest market report published by Persistence Market Research, titled "Global Market Study on Pharmaceutical Excipients: Increased Drug Demand in Emerging Asia Pacific Market to Fuel Demand Multi-Functional Excipients," revenue from the global pharmaceutical excipients market is expected to expand at a CAGR of 6.