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Open Access Tablets with high lactose content: effects of some binders and disintegrants on their properties

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Tablets containing 91% lactose monohydrate and 4% starch pregelatinized exhibited the best technical properties in comparison to tablets of similar composition with either povidone plus croscarmellose sodium or hydroxypropylcellulose low substituted as binders/disintegrants.

Document Type: Short Communication

Affiliations: 1: Drug Development, Hafnarfjordur, Iceland 2: Eyrarholt 6, Hafnarfjordur, IS-220, Iceland

Publication date: 2005-09-01

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