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Recent Advances In Small Molecule Drug Delivery.

Argaw Kidane, P. Bhatt
Published 2005 · Biology, Medicine

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The majority of new drugs, and new drug products, being developed and marketed by the pharmaceutical industry are small molecules. Oral administration remains the most common route of delivering such drugs, typically in the form of immediate-release tablets or capsules. While the immediate-release dosage forms dominate the market today, more specialized and rationalized products incorporating the concepts of drug delivery are being developed to overcome the physicochemical, physiological and pharmacological challenges inherent with the drugs, and to improve the treatment regimens for the patients. Today, these specialized concepts are increasingly being applied to first-generation products and not just products intended for the life cycle management of the franchise.
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