6 zoekresultaten voor “excipients” in de Publieke website
Impurities in sugar excipients could cause drugs to fail
Sugar excipients, needed to stabilize medicines, can be unsafe for patients due to an impurity discovered recently by Daniel Weinbuch. ‘The biopharmaceutical industry should now consider new excipient quality criteria for safer drug development,’ he says. PhD defence on 13 December.
Supercritical carbon dioxide spray drying for the production of stable dried protein formulations
Promotor: W. Jiskoot, Co-promotor: H.A. Every
Nanoparticulate Impurities in Pharmaceutical-Grade Sugars and their Interference with Light Scattering-Based Analysis of Protein Formulations
PURPOSE: In the present study we investigated the root-cause of an interference signal (100-200 nm) of sugar-containing solutions in dynamic light scattering (DLS) and nanoparticle tracking analysis (NTA) and its consequences for the analysis of particles in biopharmaceutical drug products.
Development of thermostable lyophilized inactivated polio vaccine
The aim of current study was to develop a dried inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) formulation with minimal loss during the drying process and improved stability when compared with the conventional liquid IPV.
Innovative analytical approaches for protein aggregates and other particulate matter impurities
Developing robust and comprehensive analytical methods to size and quantify subvisible particles in biopharmaceutical products.
Drugs with fewer side effects through a collaboration between LACDR and PTS
LACDR, the Leiden Institute for Drug Research, developed better tolerated excipients to prevent adverse effects related to the surface of nanosized drugs such as vaccines. LADCR professor of Biopharmacy Matthias Barz and Polypeptide Therapeutic Solutions (PTS) are collaborating to develop processes…