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What is Polymorphism Phenomenon?
Polymorphism phenomenon refers to the phenomenon that the same compound forms different crystalline forms due to various arrangement forms and molecular conformations. Different crystalline forms of APIs may have different physical and chemical properties, which may affect the stability of APIs and formulations, the production process of formulations, solubility, and bioavailability, etc., and thus may affect the safety, efficacy, and quality control of drugs.
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Crystallization Methods
Four Types Of Crystallization:orative crystallization,Cooling crystallization,Recrystallization,Precipitation crystallization.
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Factors Influencing the Formation of Polymorphism
Drying,Chemical composition,The conformation, the configuration of molecules,Grinding,Intramolecular and intermolecular forces,The temperature,Cooling speed,Crystallization solvent (the most important influencing factor),Stirring,Pressure (pressure during crystallization and tablet pressing)
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What is the Application of Crystallization in Pharmacy?
Crystallization technology is widely used in the production of API •85% of API (95% of antibiotic API is crystalline product) ​•Crystallization is the last critical key step in API production.
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What is Crystallization?
Crystallization is the phenomenon of generating crystals of a certain shape and regular arrangement of molecules (or atoms or ions) from the liquid or gas phase.
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Advantages of Flow Cytometry
​• Fast detection speed and large sample size; • Multiple characteristics of individual cells can be analyzed simultaneously; • Variety of samples that can be detected
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What is Flow Cytometer?
Flow Cytometer is a new high-tech instrument integrating laser technology, electronic physics technology, photoelectric measurement technology, electronic computer technology, cell fluorescence chemical technology and monoclonal antibody technology.
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What is Flow Cytometry?
Flow Cytometry (FCM) is a fast, accurate and objective technology that can simultaneously detect multiple physical and biological characteristics of a single cell in a fast linear flow state, and analyze and quantify it. Sort specific groups.
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Oncolytic Virus Classification
1. Double-stranded DNA virus: adenovirus (Adenovirus), herpes simplex virus (Herpes simplex viruses, HSV-1), virus (Poxviridae, including Vaccinia virus, myxoma virus, etc.)
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Preclinical Research Animal Models of Commonly Used CAR-T Cell Products
​a) Syngeneic Mouse model with complete immune system;b) Transgenic Mouse with normal immune system;c) Xenograft mouse model (Human Xenograft Mouse);d) Humanized Immune System mice (Humanized Immune System mice, HIS mice)
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