Manipulation of pharmaceutical polymorphic transformation process using excipients.

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Summary of "Manipulation of pharmaceutical polymorphic transformation process using excipients."

In pharmaceutical field, it is vital to ensure a consistent product containing a single solid-state form of the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) in the drug product. However, some APIs are suffering from the risk of transformation of their target forms during processing, formulation and storage.


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Name: Current pharmaceutical design
ISSN: 1873-4286


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