Select dosage form components that are compatible with the drug. Let us help you design, conduct, and interpret the compatibility studies to help accelerate formulation development activities and prevent or minimise surprises in drug development.
By conducting the compatibility studies, you can find out if an excipient:
- Induce or inhibit chemical degradation?
- Promote or delay the physical form transition?
- Eliminate or increase the disproportionation risk of a salt?
- Induce or inhibit the deliquescence of the drug substance or excipient?
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