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A review of co-processed directly compressible excipients

A review of co-processed directly compressible excipients

Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 8(1): 76-93

Direct compression is the preferred method for the preparation of tablets. The present review outlines the importance of the functionality of the directly compressible adjuvants in the formulation of tablets. The co-processing is the most widely explored method for the preparation of directly compressible adjuvants because it is cost effective and can be prepared in-house based on the functionality required. Hence, the present review focuses on the properties of the co-processed directly compressible adjuvants available in the market.

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