The role of granulation in a changing pharmaceutical landscape

David O’Connell, Director of Scientific Affairs at PCI Pharma Services, discusses the advantages and general principles of dry granulation roller compaction as an alternative to traditional wet granulation manufacturing — particularly for the development and production of oral solid dosage forms, including tablets and capsules containing highly potent active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs)

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