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I will be happy if group can share their experience and knowledge about the hydrodynamic condition of the GIT (stomach, intestine) which will correlate with the in-vitro dissolution studies (volume of dissolution medium, speed (rpm) for BCS class III drug (borderline class I drug.
Sr Research Executive
Panacea Biotec Pvt Ltd
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