Bioavailability & Solubility
Christopher Worrall, PhD, discusses how nanoparticle engineering technologies could help improve compliance and patient outcomes, for both small-molecule and biological drugs, and how nanotechnology can help facilitate a shift toward more patient-centric medicine.
SOLUBILITY ENHANCEMENT – How Microparticles are Opening Doors to New Solutions for Oral Drug Delivery
Jessica Mueller-Albers, PhD, Yiming Ma, PhD, Alexander Bernhardt, PhD, and Michael Damm review the use of microparticles for solubility enhancement of oral small molecules and how this approach can address the challenges in pharmaceutical formulations.
SPECIAL FEATURE – Outsourcing Formulation Development & Manufacturing: Understanding Critical Attributes Earlier in Development Leads to a More Robust Drug Product
Contributor Cindy H. Dubin speaks with industry leaders on how drug sponsors and CDMOs are collaborating earlier, and highlights how third-party contractors are navigating material shortages and how the industry is shifting to address different therapeutic targets and molecules, such as mRNA.
Alessandro Maselli, President and Chief Operating Officer of Catalent, talks about his company’s unique approach to drug development partnerships as he prepares to become the company’s new President and Chief Executive Officer on July 1, 2022.
GLOBAL REPORT – 2021 Global Drug Delivery & Formulation Report: Part 2, Notable Drug Delivery and Formulation Product Approvals and Technologies of 2021
In part 2 of this 3-part series, PharmaCircle, in collaboration with Drug Development & Delivery, focuses on notable drug delivery and formulation product approvals.
Tom Sellig, CEO at Adare Pharma Solutions, discusses his expectations for Adare and how he can leverage his 30-plus years of pharma experience to put Adare in a competitive position to address complex formulation and development challenges.
Read about how achieving good in vivo performance is a key attribute for ensuring safety and efficacy of oral solid dosage (OSD) forms intended for systemic delivery.
This white paper will introduce the concept of dissolution and discuss how poloxamers are a simple yet powerful formulation approach that can enhance dissolution rate, while minimizing resource requirements.
Contributor Cindy H. Dubin speaks with several companies and presents a unique look at how excipients are being used to support current and future innovative active pharmaceutical ingredients.
Jim Huang, PhD, says it is of the utmost important task to utilize a phase-appropriate formulation development approach for early and later-stage commercial development of oral dosage forms.
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Lexaria Bioscience Improves Delivery, Efficacy of GLP-1 Agonists Through Proprietary Drug Delivery Platform
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Collaboration underscores Conduit’s mission to advance promising treatments by developing assets that have already completed Phase 1 trials….
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….
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This webinar describes the history, CMC aspects, and potential applications of nanoparticle suspensions (NSs). This drug delivery technology should be considered for crystalline, sparingly water-soluble APIs. The presentation highlights….
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 – Copolymer Microstructures: Connecting Monomer Sequence Distribution With Biomedical End-Application Performance
To gain insights into advanced copolymer characterization techniques and their impact on drug release in biomedical products, we invite you to explore the latest Corbion white paper…..
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.