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(Car), noun automobile, carriage, means of carriage, means of transportation, means to an end, medium of transportation, method of transportation, motor vehicle, transportation

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(Means), noun access, agency, agent, channel, conduit, contrivance, conveyor, course, device, facilitator, intermediate, means to an end, medium, method, path
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Selection of an appropriate excipient, or combination of excipients, is critical to the drug formulation process.
By finished products, the excipient market is classified into prescription and over-the-counter.
Also, increased excipient concentrations in silicone samples lead to increased DMA elution into a sodium phosphate saline buffer solution at 6.
Consequently, it is in the best interest of all global excipient manufacturers to evaluate their current GMP compliance programmes and identify any gaps that may need to be addressed well before this anticipated new legislation becomes law.
It prepares CTD format documentation on the safety of the excipient and data which allows the FDA to later shorten and simplify the regulatory approval.
It therefore follows that, if an excipient exhibits considerable thermal feature (perhaps an endotherm) just before the temperature at which drug melts, enthalpy loss suffered by drug at an endothermic event of such excipient is likely to be compensated by comparable improvement in the heat content of the excipient.
Sex differences in excipient effects: Enhancement in ranitidine bioavailability in the presence of polytheylene glycol in male, but not female, rats.
In the report, the global pharmaceutical excipients market is analyzed on the basis of chemistry type (i.
Jungbunzlauer has developed TCC TB (tricalcium citrate tetrahydrate), which was designed to function as an excipient.
The excipient complies with the isomalt monographs of the current EP, BP and USP-NF and is approved for use in China and Japan.