Scientific papers

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Water soluble progesterone–hydroxypropyl-β-cyclodextrin complex for injectable formulations
Injectable | Scientific article
Description of a progesterone formulation development using HPBCD. A new production process for the progesterone/HPBCD complex was developed removing the insoluble progesterone and native betacyclodextrin complex.
Evaluation of a Novel Modified Starch Polymer in an Easy to Formulate Thin-film Drug Delivery System and Comparison with Some Marketed Formulations
Orodispersible | Scientific paper
The poster presents an evaluation of LYCOAT® NG73 Orodispersible Films (ODFs) and their advantages over the ODFs currently marketed.
Comparison Trials on Herbal Extract Syrups Based on LYCASIN® 80/55 and Simple Sucrose
Sugar-free syrup formulation | Case Study
Formulating a sugar-free syrup being at the same time stable and with a pleasant taste can be a real challenge. The aim of the study is to prove the extra advantages observed when using LYCASIN® 80/55.
Solution Enhancement of Drug Substances using soluble amylose (KLEPTOSE LINECAPS)
Taste masking | Scientific paper
A pea maltodextrin to increase the solubility of hydrophobic drug substances
Development of a Taste-Masked Orodispersible Film Containing Dimenhydrinate
Taste masking | Scientific paper
Developing a fast disintegrating Orodispersible Film (ODF) with taste-masking effects, as an alternative to tablets, syrups or suppositories...
Benzocaine degradation in oral disintegrating tablet platforms
Orodispersible | Scientific paper
The aim of the study is to determine if commercially available oral disintegrating tablet (ODT) platforms induce active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) degradation.
Griseofulvin Taste Masked by Hot Melt Extrusion for Pediatric and Geriatric Reconstitutable Suspension
Taste masking | Scientific paper
The main objective here was to investigate the potential of Kleptose Linecaps DE17 in masking the bitter taste of antifungal drug by Hot Melt Extrusion and to formulate a reconstitutable suspension for pediatric / geriatric patients.

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