Vikas Anand Saharan

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The poorly water soluble antidiabetic drug gliclazide was selected to study the effect of excipients on dissolution rate enhancement. Ordered mixtures of micronized gliclazide with lactose, mannitol, sorbitol, maltitol and sodium chloride were prepared by manual shaking of glass vials containing the drug and excipient(s). Different water soluble excipients,(More)
Ethical and safety concerns, paediatric taste panels and predictivity in early drug development for strategic decisions are some of the reasons for seeking in vitro methods of bitterness evaluation for drugs and drug products. In this study, taste panel studies and in vitro drug release studies have been performed, correlated to each other and proposed as(More)
BACKGROUND Strychnos nux-vomica, commonly known as kuchla, contains strychnine and brucine as main constituents. Minor alkaloids present in the seeds are protostrychnine, vomicine, n-oxystrychnine, pseudostrychnine, isostrychnine, chlorogenic acid, and a glycoside. Seeds are used traditionally to treat diabetes, asthma, aphrodisiac and to improve appetite.(More)
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