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Gattefossé

Gattefossé is a leading provider of lipid excipients and formulation solutions to healthcare industries worldwide.

Oral Drug Delivery

Functional lipid excipients are designed to meet the most pressing formulation challenges in drug development including poor API solubility, permeability and low bioavailability; modified drug release; protection of sensitive API and taste-masking. A broad range of physico-chemical properties means lipid excipients can be used in numerous processing techniques providing scope for innovation.

Topical Drug Delivery

Lipid excipients are used to formulate creams, lotions, ointments, oily and aqueous gels and foams. The stability, texture and sensorial qualities of a topical product can be optimized by selection of the right combination of Gattefossé excipients. Penetration enhancers can be formulated into creams, gels and foams to improve bioavailability and efficacy.

All our excipients are extremely safe and many have precedence of use in internationally approved and marketed products.

International technical support

With an international network of technical representatives and formulation application laboratories in USA, France, India and China, Gattefossé provides bespoke technical and regulatory support to accelerate your drug development.

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SEDDS for oral peptide delivery: Gattefossé insight

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SEDDS for oral peptide delivery: Gattefossé insight

Peptide therapeutics are on the rise due to their high potency, specific mode of action and safety. Currently, more than 60 peptides are available on the market. About 140 are in clinical trials and 500 are in preclinical development (Fosgerau and Hoffmann,...

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Experience foam for topical drug delivery

Experience foam for topical drug delivery

Gattefossé | 14-Nov-2016 | Technical / White Paper

Pharmaceutical foams are becoming more popular probably due to more topical medicines being switched to OTC and the need to innovate and differentiate...