International Journal of Innovative Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research

  • Naveen P
  • Harish M
  • Reddy C
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Abstract

P.Naveen et.al / IJIPSR / 1 (2), 2013, 206-226 Department of Pharmaceutics ISSN (online): 2347-2154 www.ijipsr.com Abstract In-vitro dissolution testing serves as an important tool for characterizing the biopharmaceutical quality of a product at different stages in its life cycle. In-vitro dissolution data are supported in the evaluation and interpretation of possible risks especially in the case controlled/modified-release dosage forms. Bio-pharmaceutical aspects are as important for stability concerns as they are for batch release after production, in-vitro dissolution being of high relevance in quality control and quality assurance. Present study was primarily dedicated to solid oral products. However, the general concepts may be adapted to in vitro dissolution testing of drug substances/powders, semi-solid oral products, suppositories and, with distinct restrictions, to other non-oral products.

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  • correspondingauthor
  • dissolution
  • modified release
  • quality assurance
  • types of dissolution apparatus

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Authors

  • P. Naveen

  • M. Harish

  • C.R. Reddy

  • A. Raghu

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