Dr. Harith Jamil Mahdi, Head of the Department of Applied Chemistry at the College of Applied Sciences and Lecturer Mina Abd al-Salam teaching in the Department of Applied Chemistry, College of Applied Sciences, published a paper within the Scopus containers under the title: Impact of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose on drug release profile and drug release kinetics of mornings extract formulated as granules.
Dr. Harith Jamil Mahdi
’Mena Abdul Salam Abbasi
Prof. Norzlina Abdul Karim
Name of the journal
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research
It is ranked within the Q2 Scopus Magazines
The study aimed to evaluate the effect of adding hydroxypropyl methylcellulose on the image of drug release and kinetics during the substitution process, as the behavior of the drug during its dissolution in the solvent is considered one of the most important criteria for evaluating any new drug product. The researchers found that the addition of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose in a certain percentage leads to a significant improvement in the rate of drug release and the stability of the level of release while preventing the process of re-deposition or crystallization of the drug.