Novel Method to Predict the Physical Stability of Drug Candidates

News   Mar 06, 2018 | Original story from The University of Cambridge

 
Novel Method to Predict the Physical Stability of Drug Candidates
 
 
 

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Sharwan Kumar | Mar 20, 2018

Just claiming that on the basis of results for only nine compounds does not prove the point. In fact, if I were a referee for that paper, I would not have recommended the publication of the paper till they investigated at least 100 compounds for that purpose. Further, a physical chemistry journal is not the right journal for the pharmaceutical field. The chemical engineering and biotechnology people also do not know the Pharmaceutical subject up to the depth.


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