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Improving Oral Bioavailability for Poorly Soluble Drug Candidates
Impact of Nanosizing on Solubility and Dissolution Rate of Poorly Soluble Pharmaceuticals
Drug Delivery Technologies for Improved PK Variation and Food Effect Reduction
Delivery System Combination Product Development and Registration
Resourcing Innovation for Biologics
Nanosizing Crystalline Particles to Enhance Pharmaceutical Properties
Long-acting Ocular Drug Delivery Systems
Understanding and Establishing the Right Conditions for In-Vivo In-Vitro Correlation
Combining In-Vivo Animal Models with Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetics (PBPK) Modeling to Optimize Oral Formulation Dosage Forms
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Given the rise of peptide and protein therapeutics in the pharmaceutical landscape, identifying the right delivery strategies that are patient-friendly and can be used over broad dose ranges has always been important considerations for the discovery and development of...
Drug delivery strategy plays a major role within the future potential success of your product. Whether nurturing a new compound or developing a line of generic products, choosing the most effective delivery strategy can open the door to both opportunities, and...
Historically, oral administration has been considered the easiest and most convenient method of drug delivery, as it requires minimal expertise and invasiveness. Although oral delivery works fairly effectively for small-molecule drug products, oral delivery of...