Gelatin, Featured Excipient:
Author(s): Allen Loyd V Jr
Issue: Nov/Dec 1998 - Environmental Compounds
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Abstract: Gelatin refers to a mixture of purified protein fraction obtained from animal collagen that meets the needs and requirements of compounding pharmacists and the pharmaceutical industry. This article covers preparation, properties, uses and incompatibilities. A table provides an example of amino acid content of gelatin.
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