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Using pH Gradient Dissolution with In-Situ Flux Measurement to Evaluate Bioavailability and DDI for Formulated Poorly Soluble Drug Products
Using pH Gradient Dissolution with In-Situ Flux Measurement to Evaluate Bioavailability and DDI for Formulated Poorly Soluble Drug Products
Determination of pKa values and Solubility pH Profiles of Selected ß blockers
Determination of pKa values and Solubility pH Profiles of Selected ß blockers
AN10 Measuring LogP of Samples that are Hard to Dissolve in Water and Octanol
AN10 Measuring LogP of Samples that are Hard to Dissolve in Water and Octanol
AN410 Measuring the isoelectric point pf peptides by potentiometric titration
AN410 Measuring the isoelectric point pf peptides by potentiometric titration
AN402 Controlled supersaturation assays for modelling intestinal precipitation
AN402 Controlled supersaturation assays for modelling intestinal precipitation
Application of MacroFLUX™ Apparatus for Screening Formulations before Bioequivalent Studies
Application of MacroFLUX™ Apparatus for Screening Formulations before Bioequivalent Studies
Using flux experiments through artificial lipophilic membranes for predicting food effect for BCS Class 2 Compounds
Using flux experiments through artificial lipophilic membranes for predicting food effect for BCS Class 2 Compounds
Studying semi-solid formulations of diclofenac using Skin PAMPA
Studying semi-solid formulations of diclofenac using Skin PAMPA
Degree and Extent of Supersaturation of Amorphous Pharmaceuticals and Their Flux through Lipophilic Membranes
Degree and Extent of Supersaturation of Amorphous Pharmaceuticals and Their Flux through Lipophilic Membranes

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