For Lyophilization, Excipients Really Do Matter

Excipient selection strongly influences lyophilization performance for biologic drugs

 

Lyophilization, or freeze drying, is a well-recognized method for obtaining stable biologic drug products that have short shelf-lives in solution form. Lyophilized products are easy to store and ship. Because freeze-drying is a low-temperature process, thermal degradation is minimized. Furthermore, the preparation of high concentration formulations is readily achievable using lyophilized material.

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For Lyophilization, Excipients Really Do Matter
Jan 01, 2017 - By Cynthia A. Challenger - Biopharma International - Volume 30, Issue 1, pg 32–35
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