Pharmaceutical cocrystals, salts and multicomponent systems; intermolecular interactions and property based design.

@article{Berry2017PharmaceuticalCS,
  title={Pharmaceutical cocrystals, salts and multicomponent systems; intermolecular interactions and property based design.},
  author={David J Berry and Jonathan W Steed},
  journal={Advanced drug delivery reviews},
  year={2017},
  volume={117},
  pages={
          3-24
        }
}
As small molecule drugs become harder to develop and less cost effective for patient use, efficient strategies for their property improvement become increasingly important to global health initiatives. Improvements in the physical properties of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs), without changes in the covalent chemistry, have long been possible through the application of binary component solids. This was first achieved through the use of pharmaceutical salts, within the last 10-15years… CONTINUE READING
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