Amorphous solid dispersion formulations are utilized for poorly water soluble active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) in an attempt to increase bioavailability and dissolution kinetics. Spray dry methods are used to generate amorphous dispersions...[Read more…]
Enantiomerically pure active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) formulations are often essential in delivering an effective and bioavailable drug. APIs can exhibit polymorphism, meaning that the small molecule can crystallize into multiple forms. Both,...[Read more…]
Formulatrix has started to new LinkedIn group for those interested in or currently using Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching (FRAP) for pre-screening protein crystallization conditions.[Read more…]
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What's New in This Release?
NT8 2.9 brings a new feature to help make your protein crystallography research easier. Here is a quick look at this new development:[Read more…]
Rock Imager 3.4 includes some improvements for all types of imagers and optical setups to make your research easier. Here is a quick look at some of the new developments for Rock Imager 3.4.[Read more…]