Bioavailability Enhancement Webinar Series: Lipid / Liquid Based Formulation Scale-up and Manufacturing

June 18, 2014 - 8:00am

Overview

An overwhelming number of chemical entities in development fall under Biopharmaceutical Classification System IIa and IIb which, if unattended, can inhibit a candidate compound from being developed or lead to sub-optimized / variable oral absorption.  Lipid based formulations have an unparalleled ability to address solubility, by increasing and sustaining drug solubilization in the intestinal lumen, through both dispersion and digestion, into a myriad of vesicles that harness physiological processes. Resulting lipid based formulations - Lipid Formulation Classification System (LFCS) Type I (oily solutions), Types II-IIIA (self-emulsifying) or Types IIIB-IV (self-(micro)emulsifying) - can be optimally filled and sealed into hard or soft capsules. The technology, equipment and processes to fill liquids, semi-solids or solids across a wide rheological spectrum from pilot scales to clinical and commercial scales can accelerate and de-risk the pharmaceutical development pathway. This webinar aims at highlighting the key considerations and steps required to successfully take unique lipid / liquid –based formulations from feasibility to commercial manufacture. Representative case studies are presented.

Presented by Eduardo Jule and Stephen Brown

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Topics: 
Bioavailability Enhancement