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    • The physico–chemical properties of spiramycin and clarithromycin 

      Van Eeden, Rodé (2012)
      In most cases, organic materials exist in the solid phase as polymorphs, solvatomorphs or amorphous forms. Physico-chemical properties in the solid-state are all affected primarily in terms of dissolution, solubility, ...
    • Roxithromycin : a solubility and stability study 

      Van Niekerk, Elzet (North-West University, 2011)
      Roxithromycin is a semi-synthetic, macrolide antibiotic, derived from erythromycin A. It acts as a bacteriostatic drug at low concentrations and a bactericidal drug at high concentrations. It binds to the 50S subunit of ...
    • Stability of amorphous azithromycin in a tablet formulation 

      Obulapuram, Prasanna Kumar (2014)
      It is a well-known fact that drugs can exist in different solid-state forms. These solid-state forms can be either crystalline or amorphous. Furthermore, significant differences are identified between the different solid-state ...
    • Stability of amorphous forms of roxithromycin when encapsulated in liposomes 

      Swart, Michelene (North-West University (South-Africa), 2019)
      Acne vulgaris is a common chronic inflammatory disease, which affects the pilosebaceous units in the dermal layer of the skin (Krautheim & Gollnick, 2004:398; Williams et al., 2012:361). Several factors are involved during ...