24 Aug 2023

Sugammadex Sodium API article

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Sugammadex sodium is one of the key molecules in Dr. Reddy’s API portfolio and an ideal use case on how a thorough understanding of the interaction between API and formulation can significantly improve the robustness of the formulation process considering the drug substance’s proneness to degradation in the formulation process, specifically during the terminal sterilization (TS) process for intravenous injection.

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API Producer
Chemical Development
Generic APIs producer
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