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Sulfobutylether-ŚÂ-Cyclodextrin

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Betadex Sulfobutyl Ether Sodium is a sodium salt produced when betacyclodextrin is alkylated by 1,4-butanesulfonic acid lactone under alkaline conditions. It is an anion, highly water-soluble betacyclodextrin derivative. Betadex Sulfobutyl Ether Sodium is can be well combined with the drug molecules to form non-covalent complex, thereby enhancing the stability, water solubility, and safety of the drug, reducing its renal toxicity, easing drug hemolysis, controlling drug release rate, covering bad smell, etc. Compared with betacyclodextrin, sulfobutyl betacyclodextrin sodium has a higher water solubility, smaller hemolytic effect, and lower renal toxicity, which make it a new pharmaceutical excipient with very broad application prospects.

Hydroxypropyl-ŚÂ-Cyclodextrin

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Hydroxypropyl Betadex is the hydroxyalkylation derivative of Beta Cyclodextrin. Hydroxypropyl Betadex is non-toxic and has no side-effect. Due to its unique structure, it can improve the solubility of drugs, and making the insoluble and the indissolvable drugs dissolved in water. Consequently, it can effectively improve the bioavailability of drugs, and significantly increase the quality of medicine and dosage form. And it is widely used in the development and manufacture of new drugs.
There has been intensive and deep research on the quality, manufacturing process, stability, pharmacology, toxicology, teratogenesis, mutagenesis, carcinogenicity, hemolysis, irritation and other aspects in world, and has obtained accurate evaluation of its safety. It is safe to conclude that derivative of cyclodextrin is the pharmaceutic excipients received the most intensive research, having the most comprehensive information, and having the highest value in medicine excipients.