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formulation

/for·mu·la·tion/ (for″mu-la´shun) the act or product of formulating.
American Law Institute Formulation  a section of the American Law Institute's Model Penal Code which states that “a person is not responsible for criminal conduct if at the time of such conduct as a result of mental disease or defect he lacks substantial capacity either to appreciate the criminality [wrongfulness] of his conduct or to conform his conduct to the requirements of the law.”

formulation

[fôr′myəlā′shən]
Etymology: L, forma, pattern
1 a pharmacological substance prepared according to a formula.
2 a systematic and precise statement of a problem, a theory, or a method of analysis in research.

formulation

The process of preparing a drug in a particular way or in a specific form, such as a tablet, capsule, linctus, ointment, or for one of the various forms of injection.

formulation (fōrˈ·my·lāˑ·shn),

n a systematic description of com-ponents used in a formula for a variety of products like massage blends or creams.

formulation

a fixed recipe for the preparation of a medicine or a commercial feed.
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Higher maximum torque values were also reported in the WCEPDM formulations - 17% for the PBD formulation and 10% with the TNU addition.
Arcturus is developing a topical methotrexate therapy for hyperproliferative skin disorders with the goal of creating an optimal formulation that is absorbed into the skin, but has limited uptake into distant sites, thus reducing systemic toxicity to normal tissues.
This particular formulation not only improves the base polymer's flammability without halogens, but enhances processability and impact resistance.
One formulation demonstrated a pharmacokinetic profile similar to the prototype capsule formulation used in previous studies, and a second formulation provided a pharmacokinetic profile that may allow once-a-day dosing of XP19986.
There are many types of organic peroxides and peroxide formulations which are used by industries.
Filling the need for a standard text on the subject, this book assembles a group of experienced investigators and educators from the front line of pharmaceutical sciences to provide a comprehensive resource on the fundamentals, formulation, and biopharmaceutical issues of lipid-based drug delivery.
Initiated at the suggestion of the Food and Drug Administration, with work carried out in close cooperation with the agency, the new formulation provides for enhanced bioavailability and more consistent plasma concentrations.
To make the software program more accommodating to an end user without a strong computer background, we sought to develop a software program that would enable rubber chemists to create and modify formulae, enter raw materials, properties and test conditions and manipulate the formulation database to produce meaningful, informative reports, all in a matter of minutes.
An independent clinical study demonstrated a highly significant clinical benefit from the use of a BiovaxID formulation in relapsed non-Hodgkins lymphoma patients
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PARIS -- Ipsen (Paris:IPN) (Euronext:FR0010259150) announced today that the 4-month sustained release formulation of Decapeptyl([R]), originated from the Group's internal research, is being tested in a phase III clinical trial.