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Pharmaceutical Oils

Oils have been used by the pharmaceutical industry for decades. From parenteral nutrition to soft gel formulations, oils play a key role in a wide range of pharmaceutical products. With an ever increasing number of new drug candidates with poor aqueous solubility and poor oral bioavailability, oils are very attractive candidates to solve real challenges for the formulators.

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Pharmaceutical oils

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White Paper: Refined Sesame Oil IV-1

SIO Presentation ADM-SIO, is a global manufacturer of injectable-grade pharmaceutical oils - used as API’s or excipients for oil-soluble drugs. We offer an extensive range of highly purified oils, derived from vegetable origins that meet all relevant pharmaceutical regulations and are…
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Oil adsorption – The Interview with Fuji Chemical

Fuji Chemical Industries specializes in producing porous spray-dried excipients for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical markets. They spray-dry their excipients to produce free-flowing granules and unique internal structures that enhance compressibility and functionality. These structures are ideal…
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Boost your drug bioavailability with Labrafac™ MC60

Gattefossé widens its range of high quality, functional excipients for oral bioavailability enhancement with Labrafac™ MC60, glycerol monocaprylocaprate. Labrafac™ MC60 is used for oral bioavailability enhancement of poorly water-soluble, poorly permeable drugs. Glycerol monocaprylocaprate is a…
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