Insulin Injection

Insulin injection has two key excipients: glycerin and m-cresol. The quality of these two excipients will seriously affect the final stability of the formulation. GlycerinThe common glycerin on the market is vegetable glycerin, many of which are by-products of biodiesel. These glycerin products are inexpensive and therefore have good cost performance. But compared with synthetic

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Chemical Injection

GlycerinSimilar to insulin injection, the use of synthetic glycerin instead of vegetable glycerin can greatly improve the quality and stability of the preparation. In addition to insulin-sensitive aldehydes and ketone impurities, glycerin oxidation products such as tri-carbon alkyd, lactic acid, formic acid, hydroxymalonic acid, and glyceric acid, these oxides will ultimately affect the pH of

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Eye Drops

The excipients used for eye drops are high-risk excipients like for injections, so they have extremely high requirements for the quality. Compared with vegetable glycerin, our synthetic glycerin is different from vegetable glycerin in terms of smell, character and stability. For R&D personnel, the use of synthetic glycerin can effectively solve the problem of excessive

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Complete solution of excipients

  • Are you a manufacturer of biopharmaceuticals such as insulin or peptides?

  • Are you a manufacturer of chemical injections?

  • You are a manufacturer of eye drops and need high-quality excipients?

China is integrating into the world, and the world is accepting China. In the past ten years, the Chinese pharmaceutical industry is rapidly approaching the advanced level of its international counterparts through continuous efforts and catching-up. At the same time, the domestic regulatory environment is also rapidly changing. Through consistency evaluation and encouragement of new drug research and development, the regulatory level has greatly increased the requirements for drug quality.

Today, we already know that excipients often play a decisive role in the final quality of the formulation, such as stability, dissolution profile and bioequivalence.

We will help you, using the Top-Down model, to trace back the choice of excipients from your formulation and application, and analyze the impact of impurity levels on the quality of the formulation. We don’t just recommend excipients, but provide you with a complete excipients solution for your products.