volume 110, issue 1, P155-163 2021
DOI: 10.1016/j.xphs.2020.10.013
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Abstract: Microwave-induced in situ amorphization is a promising approach to circumvent stability and manufacturing issues associated with amorphous solid dispersions (ASD). Using in situ amorphization, the crystalline state of the drug is converted into its amorphous form inside the dosage form, e.g. a compact, upon exposure to microwave radiation. The study aimed to investigate the feasibility of using glycerol as an enabling excipient in compacts prepared from mixtures of indomethacin and Soluplus®. Additionally, the…

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