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Course - Pharma-Biotech Product & Company Valuation
04 Nov 2019 • Frankfurt, Germany
Phone: [+3227090142]; Email: email@example.com
ECI — Pharmaceutical Engineering: At the Frontier of Drug Substance and Drug Product
03 May 2020 - 07 May 2020 • Irsee, Germany
Engineering Conferences International (ECI)
It is well known that the physical and chemical properties of the DS (API) have major impacts on the formulation and the Drug Product (DP) process. In any dosage form including solid, liquid and semi-solid, the Drug Substance (DS) or Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) goes through a formulation process. This process to make the final drug product serves many purposes, but all with the goal of eventually delivering the active ingredient to the desired sites in the patients’ body in the most convenient way and to achieve optimal therapeutic effect.
Phone: ; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Role particle engineering process scaleup Pharmaceutical composite materials DS/DP interface integration DS (API)
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Last updated: 09 April 2019