Characterising the disintegration properties of tablets in opaque media using texture analysis

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Scheuerle, R. L. ; Gerrard, S. E. ; Kendall, R. A. ; Tuleu, C. ; Slater, N. K. ; Mahbubani, K. T. (2015)
  • Publisher: International Journal of Pharmaceutics
  • Journal: volume 486, issue 1-2, pages 136-143 (issn: 0378-5173)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1016/j.ijpharm.2015.03.023
  • Subject: Breast milk, Infant drug delivery, NSDS, Nipple shield delivery system, Rapidly disintegrating tablet, Texture analysis, Animals, Female, Humans, Milk, Milk, Human, Solubility, Tablets, Technology, Pharmaceutical, Water | Rapidly disintegrating tablet | Pharmaceutical Science | Nipple Shield Delivery System | NSDS | breast milk | infant drug delivery | texture analysis

Tablet disintegration characterisation is used in pharmaceutical research, development, and quality control. Standard methods used to characterise tablet disintegration are often dependent on visual observation in measurement of disintegration times. This presents a cha... View more
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