New biorelevant.com website is live!

We have just re-launched biorelevant.com. It’s very easy to use to help you place orders quickly and get the best results from our products. […]

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How GSK Used Biorelevant Media

How GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) used Biorelevant Media (FaSSIF, FeSSIF and FaSSGF) to improve the solubility and dissolution of their novel drug danirixin for improved bioavailability. […]

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Drug Substance vs. Drug Product

The difference between ‘drug substance’ and ‘drug product’ is important to understand and can really help with the successful development of your pharmaceutical drug. […]

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The Importance Of Fasted + Fed States

Explaining the difference between ‘fasted’ (without food) and ‘fed’ (with food) states and how they impact on the solubility and dissolution of a drug.  […]

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Novel Dissolution Testing By BMS

In this post you can learn more about novel biorelevant dissolution testing methods performed by Bristol-Myers Squibb and used to assess pH-dependency of NCEs.  […]

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Unilever’s Use Of Biorelevant Media

Biorelevant Media can assist with the development of your oral dosage form and Unilever’s study on capsule shell material can help show you how¹. […]

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What Are The Differences Between FaSSIF-V2 And FaSSIF?

FaSSIF-V2 and FaSSIF are types of fasted state Biorelevant Media. ’Fasted state’ simply means without food or before a meal. How similar are FaSSIF and […]

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FeSSIF-V2

What Are The Differences Between FeSSIF-V2 And FeSSIF?

FeSSIF and FeSSIF-V2 are different types of Biorelevant Media. They simulate what human intestinal fluids are like after a meal is eaten (Fed State). […]

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ivivc

What’s An ‘In Vitro In Vivo Correlation’ (IVIVC)?

During the development of oral drug formulations, it’s important to find out if the right drug concentration arrives at the desired place of action.  […]

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