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Custom formulations adapted to poorly water-soluble active ingredients

  • By Charlotte PRIMARD
  • on Mar 24, 2021
Anyone working on the development of active ingredients knows the difficulties encountered during this lengthy process, right from the R&D.
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Versatile formulation of active ingredients, adapted to poorly water-soluble or rapidly metabolised drugs, allowing their solubilisation, protection and targeted delivery

  • By Charlotte PRIMARD
  • on Mar 02, 2021
Interested in Adjuvatis’ drug formulation technology but want to learn more? Meet us at the Forum de la Recherche en.
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Improving antibiotic delivery in Staphylococcus aureus biofilms

  • By Charlotte PRIMARD
  • on Jan 13, 2021
Da Costa D, et al., Surface charge modulation of rifampicin-loaded PLA nanoparticles to improve antibiotic delivery in Staphylococcus aureus biofilms.
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Development of an antibacterial nanocomposite hydrogel for human dental pulp engineering

  • By Charlotte PRIMARD
  • on Jan 13, 2021
Bekhouche M, et al., Development of an antibacterial nanocomposite hydrogel for human dental pulp engineering J. Mater. Chem. B, 2020.
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Adjuvatis’ young talents

  • By Charlotte PRIMARD
  • on Jan 13, 2021
Congratulations to Dr David Da Costa for his PhD defense, in December 2020 !! Development of combinatorial therapy based on.
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Adjuvatis’ young talents

  • By Charlotte PRIMARD
  • on Jan 13, 2021
Targeting Steatosis with Autophagy-Inducing Particles. A poster presented by Stavroula Zagkou, PhD Candidate from DRIVE-Autophagy ETN Dec 2020 – Drug.
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2020: Adjuvatis remained by your side

  • By Charlotte PRIMARD
  • on Jan 13, 2021
2020 has been full of regular meetings, we look forward to seeing you in 2021!   Dec 2020 – BioFit.
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Solubilization of an hydrophobic API for anti-cancer treatment

  • By Charlotte PRIMARD
  • on Juin 18, 2020
Poor water solubility is one of the most significant barrier limiting drug development. Indeed, more than 40% of compounds identified.
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