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OGD Mock Study on Acetriptan

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The example builds on the Conformia ACE case study by treating that product as the reference product for the development of a generic product, said OGD Chemist Robert Lionberger. The hypothetical example used a dummy drug molecule known as "Acetriptan," which is classified under the biopharmaceutics classification system as a Class II compound displaying poor aqueous solubility (less than 0.015 mg/mL) across the physiological pH range.

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