Modified release studies on the new antitubercular compound (1,1’-[4,4’-[tricyclo[22.214.171.124.3,7]decane-1,3-diyl]bis(phenoxyethyl)]dipyrrolidine, bis-hydrochloride salt from solid pharmaceutical formulations.
M. Vlachou*, A. Siamidi, P. Ladia, K. Anastasiou, I. Papanastasiou
The modified release of a new, potent antitubercular agent (compound 1), from tablets and hard gelatin capsules, into gastrointestinal-like fluids, was probed. Albeit its high lipophilicity, compared to its congeneric derivative, SQ109, the dissolution profile of 1 was found to be in alignment with the release characteristics necessary for antitubercular action (relatively fast initial release followed by a gradient). The excipients used to achieve this dissolution pattern were combinations of sodium alginate, lactose monohydrate, and polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP).
The Migraine Known as Supplier Audits and Some Basic Remedies
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