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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of lyophilize.
- adj. freeze-dried
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. dried by freezing and subsequent evaporation of the water in a high vacuum; -- used of tissue or blood or serum or other biological or sensitive substances.
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- adj. used of tissue or blood or serum or other biological substances; dried by freezing in a high vacuum
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Some antivenoms-the dried or 'lyophilized' form-can be kept without refrigeration.
The company provides unique solutions to product development and manufacturing challenges, including: preformulation/formulation development of all common dosage forms, such as lyophilized dosage forms; cell culture/fermentation process development and purification/downstream process optimization.
The facility will be acquired at its book value as on June 30, the statement said, adding that it will manufacture finished drug products such as glass vials for lyophilized sterile powder and liquids, ampoules, pre-filled syringes and blow-filled syringes.
Moreover, the transfer of products into Italy and France from two carve-out initiatives has reached its final stages, while there has also been progress in the construction of a new facility in Swindon dedicated to lyophilized cephalosporins, as the equipment and the operating systems have been fully commissioned, validation batches are expected to be completed in October and the site is on track for commercial production in August 2007.
Often comes lyophilized (in powdered form) for injection
Espinheira Santa during 14 days of a double dose of the posology was negative, indicating that the plant is non-toxic to humans. 23 patients who showed a diagnosis of a non-ulcer high dyspepsia, received during 28 days, two capsules of 200 mg each of lyophilized Espinheria Santa tea, equivalent to 2.4 g of dry pulverized plant material per day.
Trial uses for the protecting effect of the lyophilized extract of the Maytenus licifolia tea against gastric ulcer on mice, which was induced by indometnacine or by the stress obtained when immobilizing mice at a low temperature were carried out.
These starters can be ordered from different laboratories in lyophilized form in small bags or bottles and can be conserved in the refrigerator for about three months.
DSM contract manufacturing services include: chemical development, registered intermediates, registered starting materials, active pharmaceutical ingredients API's, mammalian cell production of monoclonal antibodies and proteins, formulation development, clinical trial manufacturing and finished dose form manufacturing of solids, semi-solids, and scheduled drugs, aseptic liquid and lyophilized products.
Discovery Labs' novel proprietary KL4 surfactant technology produces a synthetic, peptide-containing surfactant that is structurally similar to pulmonary surfactant and is being developed in liquid, aerosol and lyophilized formulations.