How can Deformulation / Reverse Engineering help your formulation?


Reverse Engineering or Deformulation is often used to investigate the composition of a competitor’s product, but is also a powerful tool to examine or monitor formulations during development, scale-up or manufacturing; to reveal and compare hidden excipient properties, like the presence of potential reactive impurities or functional groups, degradation products and related substances, but also molecular weight distributions, degree of substitution, substituent distribution, monomer ratio and many other featured characteristics.


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