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Unique API Particle Size Projects On the Rise

Why is there a growing preoccupation with particle size? It’s because particle size can alter the efficacy (e.g., bioavailability) and safety profile (e.g., toxicity) of a compound. Complex particle sizing…

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Case Studies from Neuland’s Process Engineering Lab

In our PE Lab, a team of 27 highly specialized engineers integrates the key attributes of QbD process understanding, process control, and continuous improvement with advanced equipment, Design of Experiments…

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Pharmaceutical Manufacturing: Comparing Particle Reduction Techniques

While there are a number of particle size reduction technologies in use in the pharmaceutical industry today, from our vantage point as an API manufacturer we typically see requests for…

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Challenges with API Micronization Techniques for Use in Injectables and Medical Devices

Demand is steadily growing for pharmaceutical materials that contain micronized active drug substances (APIs) for inhalation and injectable delivery. Active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) are micronized for a number of reasons,…

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