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lyophilize

(lī-ŏf′ə-līz′)
tr.v. lyophi·lized, lyophi·lizing, lyophi·lizes
To freeze-dry (blood plasma or other biological substances).

ly·oph′i·li·za′tion (-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
ly·oph′i·liz′er n.

lyophilize

to freeze-dry a substance under vacuum conditions.
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The new machine will allow the CDMO to support more drug developers with their stability challenges and meet growing demand for its lyophilisation services, particularly in Europe, China and Japan.
After lyophilisation, the intractum was a dark red paste, with a characteristic smell and with a very sweet taste.
The work was supported by the Ministry of Education SR, the project: The Isolation of Plant Natural Components by Lyophilisation Process and Modification of their Qualitative-Quantitative Properties (No.
Information is also provided on the company's range of sample holders, powerful software and options for fast lyophilisation and specialist applications, including handling highly volatile, explosive or acidic samples.
5] ternary BGC nanoparticles were obtained by filtration, lyophilisation (CHRIST ALPHA 2-4 LD Plus) and calcination of the precipitate [24].
Most live vaccines are stored via freeze drying called lyophilisation, the parties said and added that this drying method may not be suitable for all products, as it frequently kills most of the microorganism; depending upon the organism type and related recovery and stability issues.
After removal of water by lyophilisation, brown powder was obtained with yield of 18%.
With eight facilities worldwide, employing almost 2000 employees, Patheon has expertise in virtually all dosage forms, including specialized capabilities in cephalosporin, high-potency, and sterile manufacturing, including aseptic filling and lyophilisation.
When asked why statistical modelling is important to refining the lyophilisation process, he said, "Being able to apply statistical modelling will allow you to leverage all the information you have to predict what will happen in the lyophilisation chamber.
He mentioned that they have considered the dehydration and lyophilisation of mangoes as a way to add value, however above all, its processing for markets like the United States and Canada, whereas trade discussions are performed in China, where this Agro-park is by now being promoted.
The assets under the exclusivity arrangement, including a lyophilisation plant and cytotoxic facilities, would substantially boost Hikma's global injectable production capabilities, the buyer noted.