Search results for: Excipients screening
Experimental and theoretical solubility advantage screening of bi-component solid curcumin formulationsPublication
A comprehensive experimental and theoretical screening was performed for identification of curcumin solubilizers. Experimental data led to formulation of a non-linear QSPR model correlating molecular descriptors with measured solubilities. The majority of synthesized binary systems exhibited a moderate enhancement of curcumin solubility, which was found to be the highest in the case of curcumin cocrystallized with pyrogallol. New...
Experimental and theoretical studies on the Sulfamethazine-Urea and Sulfamethizole-Urea solid-liquid equilibriaPublication
The miscibility of active pharmaceutical ingredients with excipients is an important aspect in pharmaceutical technology protocols. In this study, the differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) was used for Sulfamethazine-Urea (SI–U) and Sulfamethizole-Urea (SO–U) solid-liquid phase diagrams determination. Both sulfonamides form simple binary eutectics with Urea. The lack of new co-crystal phase formation was confirmed by inspection...
Selection of effective cocrystals former for dissolution rate improvement of active pharmaceutical ingredients based on lipoaffinity indexPublication
New theoretical screening procedure was proposed for appropriate selection of potential cocrystal formers possessing the ability of enhancing dissolution rates of drugs. The procedure relies on the training set comprising 102 positive and 17 negative cases of cocrystals found in the literature. Despite the fact that the only available data were of qualitative character, performed statistical analysis using binary classification...