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Excipient Selection: Some Factors to Consider

Historically, excipients have been regarded as inert additives contained in a finished pharmaceutical dosage form. With current advances in drug delivery technology and growing knowledge of excipient functionality in drug delivery systems this definition is changing.

Jinghua Yuan, Eastman Chemical Company (April 2006)

Keywords: excipients inert additives finished pharmaceutical dosage form functionality drug delivery systems

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