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MySTYL'One

Nov. 22, 2021

Lamination of Pharmaceutical Tablets: Classification and Influence of Process Parameters

Interesting article published by the University of Bordeaux on a classification and influence of process parameters on lamination of pharmaceutical tablets.

Studies were performed on the STYL’One Evo compaction simulator, mimicking a Korsch XL 100 tableting press, at speeds of 1  rpm, 10 rpm and 60 rpm. 

The article is accessible directly until December 26th
MySTYL'One members, you can also head to the papers section!

#lamination #classification #pharmaceutical #tablets #troubleshooting ...

Interesting article published by the University of Bordeaux on a classification and influence of process parameters on lamination of pharmaceutical tablets.

Studies were performed on the STYL’One Evo compaction simulator, mimicking a Korsch XL 100 tableting press, at speeds of 1  rpm, 10 rpm and 60 rpm. 

The article is accessible directly until December 26th
MySTYL'One members, you can also head to the papers section!

#lamination #classification #pharmaceutical #tablets #troubleshooting #compression  

#Tablet #lamination #'tapered die' #precompression #compression

Press review

MySTYL'One

Nov. 8, 2021

Efficient development of sorafenib tablets with improved oral bioavailability enabled by coprecipitated amorphous solid dispersion

This new study from the University of Minnesota and Tsinghua University in Beijing shows the development of an immediate release tablet with improved oral bioavailability thanks to an amorphous solid dispersion (ASD) of sorafenib (SOR) in hydroxypropyl methylcellulose acetate succinate (HPMC-AS), prepared by coprecipitation. Access the paper here.

#Tablet #sorafenib #'amorphous solid dispersion' #coprecipitation #'Oral Bioavailibility'

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