Tag Archives: bioavailability

Providing the evidence necessary to make informed decisions for contaminated land

The last 40 years of ‘environmental revolution’ in Europe and beyond has helped to establish comprehensive frameworks built around preventing pollution and risk-based management. After various lessons learnt, several countries, namely the United Kingdom, Netherlands, Belgium, the

Promises and challenges in the engineering of nanosized active pharmaceutical ingredients

The advances in the field of nanotechnology have revolutionized the field of delivery of poorly soluble active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). Nanoparticles refer to solid colloidal three-dimensional particles in the size range from (1 to 1000) nm. Therapeutically,

Adding phospholipid to drug formulation: a promising approach to improve drug absorption

For a patient to benefit from the therapeutic effects of any medicine, the prerequisite is that the drug is adequately absorbed after drug intake. Unfortunately, at least 40% of the marketed drugs and up to 90% of