Further investigations into the use of high sensitivity differential scanning calorimetry as a means of predicting drug-excipient interactions.

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The early prediction of drug-excipient incompatibility is vital in the pharmaceutical industry to avoid costly material wastage and time delays. We report here on the use of high sensitivity differential scanning calorimetry (HSDSC) to examine the compatibility between an experimental drug (Drug A) and common pharmaceutical excipients. Short-term HSDSC… (More)

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