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Inventi Rapid - Novel Excipients

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Novel Excipients’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. It focuses on new pharmaceutical excipients from natural and synthetic origin. Articles pertaining to excipients for conventional dosage forms as well as novel drug delivery systems and nano-medicines are welcome.

  • NEW GENERATION MUCOADHESIVE POLYMERS - A REVIEW
    Pallavi K*, K Sowmya, K Ratna Kumar, K Vaishnavi, G Anjali, D Suresh    Download Full Text

    Various polymers like thiolated and lectin polymers are recognized as new second generation mucoadhesive polymers. They may be developed by superficial modification of existing polymers, E.g.: lectins or by chemical modification of polymers, E.g.: thiomers. Thiomers are competent of forming disulfide bonds with cysteine subunit by the formation of mucus gel layer covering mucosal membranes. Due to...

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  • DESIGN, OPTIMIZATION AND EVALUATION OF ACECLOFENAC FAST DISSOLVING TABLETS EMPLOYING STARCH BUTYRATE: A NOVEL SUPERDISINTEGRANT
    R Santosh Kumar*, V Kiranmai    Download Full Text

    Aceclofenac is non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for the treatment of inflammation and pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. It has a half life of about 4 hrs and is characterized by low solubility and high permeability. It is poorly water soluble drug and when administered orally it may cause bioavailability problems due to its poor solubility and dissolution rates in bi...

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  • DESIGN, OPTIMIZATION AND EVALUATION OF ACECLOFENAC FAST DISSOLVING TABLETS EMPLOYING STARCH MALEATE: A NOVEL SUPERDISINTEGRANT
    R Santosh Kumar*, S Spandana    Download Full Text

    Aceclofenac is non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug used for the treatment of inflammation and pain caused by rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. It has a half life of about 4 hrs and is characterized by low solubility and high permeability. It is poorly water soluble drug and when administered orally it may cause bioavailability problems due to its poor solubility and dissolution rates in bi...

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  • ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND EVALUATION OF NATURAL EXCIPIENT ARAUCARIA HETEROPHYLLA GUM
    Amol Patil*, Avinash Darekar, Ravindranath Saudagar    Download Full Text

    This study elucidated the physical, thermal and functional and in-vivo properties of a gum obtained from the stem of Araucaria heterophylla. Fourier transmittance infra red, differential scanning colorimetry, scanning electron microscopy and x-ray powder diffraction. The sample had peaks at approximately 19.350, 20.743, 26.935, 42.861, 53.731, 2-theta in the x-ray powder diffraction pattern. The r...

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  • A BRIEF REVIEW ON NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC SUPERDISINTEGRANTS
    Pratik R Amaliyar, Hitesh Patel, Sunita A Chaudhary, Hiral Shah, Akshay Patel, Manoj A Suva    Download Full Text

    Tablet disintegration is an essential step for fast drug release. Disintegrants are substances or mixture of substances added in drug formulations which increases dispersion or breakup of tablets and capsules into smaller particles for fast dissolution. Fast dissolving, fast melting, chewable and orally dissolving or disintegrating tablets are solid dosage forms that disintegrate rapidly and disso...

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  • KOLLIDON SR: A NOVEL EXCIPIENT FOR FLOATING TABLETS
    Girish K Jani, Vipul D Prajapati, Aakanksha A Gupta, Akash N Solanki, Tejash K Tandel    Download Full Text

    In recent era various technologies have been made in research and development of controlled release oral drug delivery system to overcome various physiological difficulties such as variation in gastric retention and emptying time. To overcome this drawback and to maximize the oral absorption of various drugs, novel drug delivery systems have been developed. Gastroretentive drug delivery system is ...

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