Report examines oral solid drug delivery

A new report from Research and Markets looks at "Innovations in Oral Solid Drug Delivery: Advances in Nanotechnology, Controlled Formulations & Peptide Delivery." The report concentrates on innovations in oral solid dose delivery systems (OSDDS) with an emphasis on the links between start up companies and academic collaborations. It deals with the impact of the difficult economic climate with the restriction on funding and opportunities for partnering projects and identifies the drivers for new OSDDS and the issues surrounding them. Report

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