Drug-excipient compatibility studies are an important part during the development of a new formulation. They ensure that no interaction occurs between drug and excipients that could affect the properties, stability, efficacy of the active ingredient. Thermal Analysis is used for rapid assessment of physicochemical interactions.
Compatibility refers to harmony in a relationship, but is also an important term in science, be it in medicine where only a compatible organ can be transplanted to a recipient, or in computing to refer to software packages that can be used together. This concept is also well-known in the pharmaceutical field: Two components (e.g., … Read moreCompatibility of Drug and Excipient: Faster and Easier By Means of Thermal Analysis and SuperPosition