Chaibva, F. A. and Walker, R.B. (2007) The Comparison of In Vitro Release Methods for the Evaluation of Oxytocin Release from Pluronic® F127 Parenteral Formulations. Dissolution technologies, 14 (4). pp. 15-25. ISSN 1521-298X
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The objective of these studies was to develop a discriminatory in vitro release test for assessing formulation factors that may affect oxytocin (OT) release during formulation development studies of a Pluronic® F127 OT in situ gel-forming parenteral dosage form. An appropriate release assessment method should be able to discriminate between the performance of different formulation compositions (1, 2), and this was the primary criterion used for selection of an appropriate test procedure during the test method development process. ANOVA and the difference (f1) and similarity (f2)factors were used to evaluate the discriminatory behavior of different test methods that were investigated in these studies. The in vitro release tests that were investigated included the use of USP Apparatus 1, 2, and 3; a dialysis bag in USP Apparatus 2; and a membrane-less diffusion method. It was concluded that the use of USP Apparatus 3 was best able to discriminate between OT release for the different formulations tested. USP Apparatus 3 was thus considered the most suitable in vitro release test apparatus for studying formulation factors affecting OT release during the development of a parenteral dosage form prepared using Pluronic® F127.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||in vitro release, oxytocin, Pluronic, parenteral formulations|
|Subjects:||Y Unknown > Subjects to be assigned|
|Divisions:||Faculty > Faculty of Pharmacy|
|Deposited By:||Mrs Eileen Shepherd|
|Deposited On:||06 Dec 2007|
|Last Modified:||01 Aug 2012 07:57|
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