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BASF Expands, Renames Fine Chemical Excipients Range

2:43 AM MDT | April 12, 2012 | Alex Scott

BASF has launched a new series of fine chemical excipients with enhanced solubility, as well as excipients with enhanced properties for medical creams applied to the skin. The new products feature a range of innovative pharmaceutical-grade solubilizers, emulsifiers, solvents, consistency factors and emollients for all dosage forms, the company says. Additionally, BASF has introduced a new naming system for its excipients to reduce complexity. Despite changing the names of its products the quality and production processes for making them remain the same, says...

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