This article explores what pharmaceutical companies could be doing to promote injectable biosimilar approval and consumer uptake.
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The cervical dysplasia drug-device product, APL-1702 (Cevira®), offers an alternative to surgery and has been approved to start a clinical trial in China and several other countries.
Scientists unveil their model, which other researchers can use to test the injectability of their drug delivering microparticle designs in silico.
The FDA has given approval to Phesgo for injection under the skin to treat HER2-positive breast cancer, meaning it can be administered at home by a healthcare professional.
How implantable systems and microparticle depot injections are meeting the needs of long-acting drug delivery
Implantable systems and microparticle depots are used in many areas of drug delivery to release medicines at a controlled rate within the body. The use of these long-acting dosage forms eliminates the need for frequent administrations via traditional routes of administration, which ensures patient compliance and results in improved outcomes.…
The articles in this in-depth focus outline the advantages of repurposing existing drugs for new indications and reveal why implantable systems and microparticle depots as drug delivery systems can aid patient compliance.
In this issue is a discussion on the promise of virally vectored DNA and mRNA vaccines to combat COVID-19 as well as articles on how packaging could help to ensure patient adherence, regulatory issues for medicines and diagnostics during the pandemic and the benefits of digitalising the pharmaceutical supply chain.…
Determination of nitrosamines including gentoxic NDMA analysed by GC-MS in Valsartan using direct injection and headspace methods, below required LOD.
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Charged aerosol detection is a technique capable of measuring any non-volatile and many semi-volatile species in a pharmaceutical applications.
Artificial red blood cells have been created by researchers which can be used as normal cells or to carry drugs around the body.
A group of researchers has developed a microneedle delivery system for mesenchymal stem cells, which showed success in mice skin wound models.
Scientists have designed and synthesised chains of molecules for the purpose of drug delivery with a precise sequence and length to protect DNA nanostructures from degradation under biomedically relevant conditions.
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