Roquette Pharma, a longstanding supplier of high-quality raw materials and excipients for pharmaceutical and cosmetic applications, will be showcasing a selection of its key product ranges at PBP 8th World Meeting on Pharmaceutics, Biopharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical Technology Istanbul, March 19th – 22th 2012, stand B10
From its beginning in Budapest in 1995, this scientific meeting has been the place where experts from industry and academia meet for cooperation and discussion on pharmaceutical sciences. The previous event held in Malta has been the occasion to discuss about new opportunities on different topics such as progress in solid dosage form development and manufacturing, modified oral release, challenges in paediatric dosage form development…
This year, ROQUETTE PHARMA will present scientific poster on some top field such as:
- Solution Enhancement of Drug Substances using Soluble Amylose
A lecture prepared in collaboration with the University of Düsseldof will be given on:
- Comparative study on the Taste Masking Capacity of Hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin and Maltodextrin by an Electronic Tongue
A particular focus will be given at the exhibition to some of the most versatile of Roquette’s excipients, notably:
KLEPTOSE® Linecaps, pea maltodextrin as a new taste masking solution.
KLEPTOSE®, cyclodextrins for molecular encapsulation & solubilisation.
LYCOAT®, Roquette’s breakthrough in polymer development specifically designed for fast and simple aqueous film coating.
PEARLITOL® Flash, a mannitol compound designed for the formulation of orodispersible tablets that disintegrate directly in the mouth without the need for any additional water.
- Compression simulation service, a customized solution to help you anticipate and optimize the tablet manufacturing process for your formula.
Let us share our expertise with you to create outstanding new formulations!
For further information about Roquette’s pioneering range of enabling technologies:
visit our stand: N° B10
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