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Creating the ideal formulation for a pharmaceutical compound poses substantial challenges. It’s a labor-intensive process, demanding a substantial quantity of Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) for extensive testing across diverse solvent combinations. In the early stages of drug development, limitations on API availability often arise due to factors such as the intricate synthesis pathway or exorbitant manufacturing costs.

This article delves into the application of predictive modeling methodologies to forecast drug solubility within a spectrum of solvents and mixtures. The focus is on how this innovative approach proves especially advantageous in the early-stage development of softgel formulations, where API quantities are typically minimal. By addressing these obstacles creatively, it offers a promising solution for the pharmaceutical industry’s evolving needs.


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