Bioavailability & Solubility
FORMULATION FORUM – LIPIDSOL®: Liposomes – Chemistry, Properties & Applications of Lipid Nanoparticles
Jim Huang, PhD, and Shaukat Ali, PhD, describe their LNP platform as well as the latest trends in LNPs as more and more novel therapeutic modalities discovered can’t be handled by traditional microemulsions or nanoemulsions.
ION EXCHANGE EXCIPIENTS – Tackling Patient Compliance With Oral Drug Formulations Using Ion Exchange Resins
Amie Gehris explains how IERs solve various pharmaceutical formulation issues, including decreasing the bitter taste of many pharmaceutical drugs, improving patient outcomes by supporting compliance to treatment regimens, and providing new revenue streams for pharmaceutical companies.
Jim Huang, PhD, CEO and Founder of Ascendia Pharmaceuticals, discusses how his company expanded its people, capabilities, and facilities to meet and exceed customer expectations from early to late-state development and how this investment allows Ascendia to continue be an expert in sophisticated formulations, as well as cGMP sterile and non-sterile clinical trial and commercial manufacturing.
Contributor Cindy H. Dubin highlights the innovative work being done by several leading companies and exemplifies the importance of excipients to the future of drug development.
Jim Huang, PhD, and Shaukat Ali, PhD, focus on spray drying technology with special reference to polymers and solvents selection, processing conditions, and the challenges with downstream manufacturing, stability, and degradation of APIs in oral dosages.
Rollie Fuller and Ron Permutt provide formulators confidence in using LBDDS as part of formulation development programs, by demonstrating their benefits and key functional mechanisms when used and addressing commonly misrepresented, misinterpreted, and misunderstood LBDDS topics.
David K. Lyon, PhD, discusses how low aqueous solubility NCEs have come to define the innovative pharmaceutical pipelines and how advanced technologies are often required to overcome this issue.
Michael Neely introduces a unique technology platform and provides examples of how it has solved difficult formulation problems while adding significant commercial value to the resulting drug products.
Contributor Cindy H. Dubin highlights the services many of these outsourced providers offer to enhance solubility and bioavailability and get their clients’ projects to market faster and cost effectively – while maintaining critical quality attributes.
DELIVERY TECHNOLOGY – NeuroDirect™ Ketamine: Novel, Non-Systemic Topical Therapy for PTSD & Associated Intractable Depression
Ronald Aung-Din, MD, and Chantelle G. Martin, MBChB, present scientific data demonstrating how with NeuroDirect technology, the benefits of psychedelic compounds may be achieved without concern for their potential systemic effects.
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Quantoom Biosciences recently announced a new collaboration with Stevanato Group, a leading global provider of drug containment and delivery solutions to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and life science industries, with the goal of….
Ascendia Pharmaceuticals Develops Novel Nanoemulsion IV Formulation for Clopidogrel That Received IND Approval
Ascendia Pharmaceuticals CEO Jim Huang, PhD, recently announced Ascendia’s patented Emulsol® nanotechnology has been used to develop a novel nanoemulsion IV formulation for….
Lubrizol Licenses Award-Winning Apisolex™ Excipient to Welton Pharma to Develop a Novel Cancer Therapeutic
The Lubrizol Corporation recently announced the licensing of its novel excipient polymer technology, Apisolex™ excipient, to Welton Pharma (Welton). The license allows….
Celanese and Nanoform Finland Plc recently provided an update on their collaboration to evaluate the synergies between their respective technologies in the field of nanoparticle-enabled drug delivery…..
Evonik now offers cQrex® KC, a performance-boosting peptide for cell culture media used in the manufacture of biological drugs. The new peptide enables cell culture process developers….
MARKET NEWS & TRENDS
WEBINAR – Beyond the Lab: Unleashing the Potential of In Silico Modeling in Drug Product Formulation
In this webinar you will learn how digital chemistry tools facilitate rapid screening of formulation parameters, aiding in the identification of optimal drug delivery systems, excipient selection, and dosage forms….
The Rule of 5 suggests that, for oral bioavailability, a better chance for oral absorption is obtained when the molecules are within the parameters of the Rule of 5’. However, the pharmaceutical industry is achieving oral efficacy with drugs that exceed….
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WHITEPAPER – Accelerate Preclinical Developments & Improve Oral Bioavailability With Lipid-Based Formulation & Encapsulation Technology Combination
This paper covers the benefits of the LBF and capsules combination in dosage form developments, an efficient technology platform to bring efficient and differentiated products to the market.
Ensuring sufficient solubility is critical to the success of small molecule drugs. An active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) must be absorbed by the body and enter the systemic circulation to deliver the desired therapeutic effect. Many APIs,….
This whitepaper delves into the numerous benefits of long-acting drug delivery systems, including their ability to harness highly potent APIs, streamline development and intellectual property protection, and provide consistent drug release over extended periods.
WHITEPAPER – Enhancing the Solubility of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients Using Hot Melt Extrusion & Polyvinyl Alcohol
This white paper describes how hot melt extrusion (HME) and a specially-engineered grade of polyvinyl alcohol can be used to increase the solubility of DCS IIb molecules.
WHITEPAPER – Case Study-Improving Bioavailability Using PBPK Modeling & Parallel Formulation Screening
A team of bioavailability experts at Catalent used the in-house bioavailability enhancement platform, OptiForm® Solution Suite, to optimize and develop….