Are Drugs Becoming More Lipophilic Over Time?

Source: Nanoform

By Jamie Unwin and Christian Jones

Drug lipophilicity is a core property that contributes to drug solubility, permeability, metabolic disposition, and other key properties. ‚ÄčIn a recent article published on Drug Hunter, the Nanoform team takes a deeper look into how drug lipophilicity has evolved over time, its impact on drug development, and the need for new technology to enable new more complex drugs.

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