News June 2015


Latest developments in co-crystal formation of APIs, AgroChems and Nutraceuticals

With an increase in the size and complexity of the molecules that enter into development, companies face a larger number of compounds that are either poorly soluble, difficult to crystallize or problematic with respect to desired physicochemical properties for successful development. Over 40% of marketed drugs today have low solubility. In early discovery, 80-90% of drug candidates could fail because of solubility issues. Traditional approaches such as salt formation may no longer offer sufficient opportunities to provide a solution. Co-crystallization has emerged over the past decade as an attractive technique for modification of the physicochemical properties of organic compounds.

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Crystalline™ - The Instrument for Induction Time Measurements

A 2015 multiauthor review article aiming to bring readers up to date with current trends in the field of process analytical technology appoints the CRYSTALLINE™ as the instrument to be used for induction time measurements (1). The publication is presenting applications both in industrial laboratories and in manufacture e.g. at GSK, AstraZeneca and Roche.

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