Emulsions are widely used in pharmaceutical systems. As a leading service provider in the field of biological research and drug discovery, CD Formulation has successfully developed a series of innovative and diverse drug delivery platforms. We provide emulsion delivery system development services to help our clients develop multiple types of emulsions, ensure efficient drug delivery, and effectively complete their project requirements for emulsion delivery system development.
As a leader in drug delivery, CD Formulation can provide customization and development services for various types of emulsions.
|Conventional nanoemulsions are mainly prepared by combining a nonionic or anionic emulsifier with a suitable oil, which usually has a negative surface charge, while cationic nanoemulsions can be formed by adding positive charge inducers such as oleylamine, chitosan and stearylamine to them.
|Self-emulsifying drug delivery systems (SEDDS) are formulations consisting of an oil phase, a nonionic surfactant, and a co-surfactant. The characteristics of self-microemulsifying drug delivery systems include: the formation of microemulsions is a spontaneous process that does not require the action of external energy; high dosage of emulsifier, rapid and spontaneous microemulsification; and the microemulsions formed have a long stability time.
|Microemulsion is a thermodynamically stable, isotropic, colorless, transparent or translucent dispersion of two immiscible liquids mixed in a certain ratio in the presence of surfactants. Generally speaking, there are three types of microemulsions, namely oil-in-water microemulsion (O/W), water-in-oil microemulsion (W/O) and bicontinuous microemulsion (B.C)
|Dry emulsions are considered to be lipid-based powder forms. Dry emulsions are of interest because of their stability and slow release. Dry emulsions are a potential oral delivery system for lipophilic and low soluble APIs as well as for APIs that require resistance to light or antioxidants.
|Solid stabilized emulsions utilize solid particles as stabilizers that accumulate at the interface between two immiscible liquids, stabilizing the droplets to prevent agglomeration. It is used in many different applications, including pharmaceuticals and drug delivery.
With years of experience in drug delivery development, CD Formulation has been providing fully customized solutions to our partners and supporting the development of new therapies to improve lives. Our emulsion delivery system experts have developed vesicle formulations and proven preparation processes based on advanced technologies.