Preclinical Dose-Formulation Stability

Smith, Amy; Whitsel, Melissa
June 2012
Pharmaceutical Technology;Jun2012, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p60
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the assessment of formulation, storage, and dosing conditions as part of designing adequate dose-formulation stability protocols. It states that assessment of preclinical dose formulation stability is completed by comparing the potency values obtained at different times. It says that stability assessments should be representative of of the process used in the formulation laboratory.


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