Molecular Profiles has entered into a strategic collaboration with GEA Process Engineering to use the GEA Niro DRYNETICS, a single particle spray drying approach, to assess early screening of poorly water soluble drugs and polymer compositions. The partnership aims to improve solubility and ensure the improved screening of drug candidates earlier in the development process. The two companies are working to develop a unique way of preparing solid dispersions of drugs and polymers.
Claire Madden-Smith, commercial director at Molecular Profiles, said, “We are pleased to have partnered with GEA Process Engineering on this project, which enables us to collaboratively bring an innovative research approach to formulation development.”
Jesper Jensen, research engineer, GEA Process Engineering, said, “The combined efforts of GEA Process Engineering and Molecular Profiles will rigorously test new approaches in spray drying formulations and we’re looking forward to be able to offer improved processes and efficiencies for formulation development.”