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*  Multiangle light scattering
MALS techniques have been adopted for the study of pharmaceutical drug stability and use in nanomedicine. B. A. Zimm (1948). " ...
*  Pharmacy automation
Considering these data, a review of the literature for determination of conditions for repackaged drug stability according to ... and dispense drugs at high speeds for quick counting transactions. When more than one drug is exposed to the same surface, ... The primary purpose of a tablet counter (also known as a pill counter or drug counter) is to accurately count prescription ... These early devices became known as tablet counter, capsule counter, pill counter, or drug counter. The new counting technology ...
*  Furonazide
"Stability of drugs in biological media. II. Relations between the stability in culture media and antibacterial activity of some ... The drug has relatively low toxicity. The median lethal dose (LD50, rat oral) was reported as 2,600 mg/kg. Kazuo Miyatake, " ... 18: 631-6. "Drugs - Synonyms and Properties" data were obtained from Ashgate Publishing Co. (US). ... Furonazide is a crystalline tuberculostatic drug substance with a reported melting point of 199-201.5 °C. Furonazide was ...
*  IdMOC
It can simultaneously evaluate the toxic potential of a drug on cells from multiple organs and evaluate drug stability, ... The IdMOC system has numerous applications in drug development, such as the evaluation of drug metabolism and toxicity. ... In vitro evaluation of metabolic drug-drug interactions: a descriptive and critical commentary. Current Protocols in Toxicology ... examine the pharmacological effects of a drug and its metabolites on target and off-target organs as well as evaluate drug-drug ...
*  Chemotherapy
These drugs promote microtubule stability, preventing their disassembly. Paclitaxel prevents the cell cycle at the boundary of ... drug-to-drug interactions, genetics, and obesity, which has a major impact on the actual concentration of the drug in the ... can occur which prevent the drugs from binding to the protein, leading to resistance to these types of drugs. Drugs used in ... The first chemotherapy drug to be developed from this line of research was mustine. Since then, many other drugs have been ...
*  PEGylation
... increased drug stability, and enhanced protection from proteolytic degradation; peglyated forms may also be eligible for patent ... a powerful and flexible strategy to improve the drug delivery". Current Drug Metabolism. 13 (1): 105-119. doi:10.2174/ ... The covalent attachment of PEG to a drug or therapeutic protein can "mask" the agent from the host's immune system (reduced ... PEGylation can also provide water solubility to hydrophobic drugs and proteins. Around 1970, Frank F. Davis, a professor of ...
*  Flugwissenschaftliche Vereinigung Aachen
Winglets at the tips reducing both induced drag and providing yaw stability. Positive lift from the canard for stability ... reduces drag and increases net lift. Improved roll-rate due to reduced roll damping and inertia. Good yaw stability from the ... Reduced drag through reduction in fuselage wetted area. ... stability and control properties, as well as a high L/D ratio ... but used a controllable foreplane for stability and control in the pitch and yaw axes. One built. FVA-4 Pipö The FVA-4 was a ...
*  Shelf Life Extension Program
"Stability profiles of drug products extended beyond labeled expiration dates". Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 95 (7): 1549 ... The Shelf Life Extension Program (SLEP) is a joint program of the United States Department of Defense and the Food and Drug ... Under SLEP, medications are tested for safety and stability for extended periods of time in controlled storage conditions. In ... to reduce the cost to the military of maintaining stockpiles of certain pharmaceuticals by researching the expiration of drugs ...
*  Drug expiration
"Stability profiles of drug products extended beyond labeled expiration dates". Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences. 95 (7): 1549 ... Drug expiration is the date after which a drug might not be suitable for use as manufactured. Consumers can determine the shelf ... Drugs which are past their shelf life can decompose and either be ineffective or even harmful. Standard advice from drug ... Drug manufacturers never support the use of drugs after the expiration date because that could make them liable if something ...
*  Isothermal microcalorimetry
Koenigbauer, MJ; Brooks SH; Rullo G; Couch RA (1992). "Solid-state stability testing of drugs by isothermal calorimetry". ... from solid-state stability of polymers (Hardison et al. 2003) to efficacy of drug compounds against parasitic worms (Maneck et ... Also, IMC not only documents the general metabolic decline over time due to the drugs, but also the overall frequency of worm ... For example, IMC has been widely used for many years in shelf life studies of solid drug formulations in the pharmaceutical ...
*  2,2'-Azobis(2-amidinopropane) dihydrochloride
Dihydrochloride as a Reagent Tool for Evaluation of Oxidative Stability of Drugs". Pharmaceutical Research. 22 (2): 310-317. ... is a chemical compound used to study the chemistry of the oxidation of drugs. It is a free radical-generating azo compound. It ...
*  Radical (chemistry)
Dihydrochloride as a Reagent Tool for Evaluation of Oxidative Stability of Drugs". Pharmaceutical Research. 22 (2): 310-7. doi: ... The relative stability of the oxygen diradical is primarily due to the spin-forbidden nature of the triplet-singlet transition ... Free radicals may also be involved in Parkinson's disease, senile and drug-induced deafness, schizophrenia, and Alzheimer's. ... is a chemical compound used to study the chemistry of the oxidation of drugs. It is a free radical-generating azo compound. It ...
*  Douglas F5D Skylancer
Everything was shaped to reduce drag and increase stability at high speed. Although the four 20 mm (.79 in) cannon in the wing ... The fuselage was 8 ft (2.4 m) longer and area ruled to reduce transonic drag, being thinner in the region of the wing roots. ...
*  Volcano H-2
... can increase drag, increasing stability during reentry (at the expense of range), and potentially increase accuracy; and can ...
*  Coiled coil
Yu YB (Oct 2002). "Coiled-coils: stability, specificity, and drug delivery potential". Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. 54 (8): ... Burkhard P, Ivaninskii S, Lustig A (May 2002). "Improving coiled-coil stability by optimizing ionic interactions". Journal of ... Mason JM, Arndt KM (Feb 2004). "Coiled coil domains: stability, specificity, and biological implications". Chembiochem. 5 (2): ... Mason JM, Arndt KM (Feb 2004). "Coiled coil domains: stability, specificity, and biological implications". Chembiochem. 5 (2): ...
*  Hull (watercraft)
The flat bottom hull has high initial stability but high drag. To counter the high drag hull forms are narrow and sometimes ... A keel may be fitted on a hull to increase the transverse stability, directional stability or to create lift. A protrusion ... High Cw improves stability as well as handling behavior in rough conditions. C w = A w L p p ⋅ B {\displaystyle C_{w}={\frac {A ... It has less drag than a flat bottom boat. Multi chines are more complex to build but produce a more seaworthy hull form. They ...
*  Camurus
... drug burst), poor drug stability, and complex processing requirements, making the system highly suitable for sustained parental ... By encapsulating the drug compound in the nanostructures, injectable depots are able to deliver therapeutic levels of drug ... The delivery system is suited for delivery of peptide, protein, and small molecule drug compounds and can be applied to dermal ... CAM2032 is a new drug being developed for long-term treatment of prostate cancer, with development also initiated for ...
*  Evidence-based pharmacy in developing countries
Concise and accurate drug information should accompany the list. Quality, including drug content stability and bioavailability ... Essential Drugs Monitor - periodical issued twice a year, covering drug policy, research, rational drug use and recent ... District hospitals and health centers have to procure their drugs based on the essential drugs list. Most drugs are supplied by ... No returned drugs from patients should be used. All drugs should have a shelf life of at least 12 months after arrival in the ...
*  Artemisinin
Mark Peplow (April 2013). "Sanofi launches malaria drug production to maintain stability in Artemisinin availability". ... Drugs immunity 'may' fail malaria fight. The Jakarta Post, April 23, 2011. Winzeler EA, Manary MJ (2014). "Drug resistance ... Taylor WR, White NJ (2004). "Antimalarial drug toxicity: a review". Drug Saf. 27 (1): 25-61. doi:10.2165/00002018-200427010- ... poor pharmacokinetic properties and high cost of the drugs are a major drawback of their use. Use of the drug by itself as a ...
*  Charles Townsend Ludington
The Ballistics Aerodynamic Research Project (BARP) was a project to determine drag and stability of transonic missiles of ...
*  Aeroshell
Thus, there is a resulting tradeoff between drag and stability that affects the design of an aeroshell's shape . Lift-to-drag ... Overall, β is defined as mass divided by drag force (mas per unit drag area). A higher mass per unit drag area causes aeroshell ... Static stability also needs to be taken into consideration as it is necessary to maintain a high-drag altitude. This is why a ... The overall dynamics of aeroshells are influenced by inertial and drag forces, as defined it this equation: ß=m/CdA where m is ...
*  2011 Reno Air Races crash
The modifications had made the aircraft lighter and reduced drag, but decreased stability. Leeward took the plane to 530 mph ... The modifications were meant to improve aerodynamics by reducing drag and hence increase top speed. On September 18, 1970, the ...
*  Racemization
The configurational stability of a drug is therefore an area of interest in pharmaceutical research. The production and ... The drug is therefore not considered safe for use by women of child-bearing age, and while it has other uses, its use is ... Another commonly used drug is ibuprofen which is only anti-inflammatory as one enantiomer while the other is biologically inert ... Many psychotropic drugs show differing activity or efficacy between isomers, e.g. amphetamine is often dispensed as racemic ...
*  BGV
... who modified trimarans to achieve reduced drag and stability at high speeds. There were proposals to use BGVs (equipped to ...
*  Payment system
A weak payment system may severely drag on the stability and developmental capacity of a national economy; its failures can ...