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Yasuyo Miyauchi: Preparation which promotes the absorption of peptides. Toyo Jozo, Antonelli Terry & Wands, February 13, 1990: US04900730 (124 worldwide citation)

Medicinal compositions containing a water soluble absorption promoter having chelating activity, preferably in the presence of a salt at a concentration exhibiting higher osmotic pressure than isotonic sodium chloride solution, to promote absorption of the medicine through a gastrointestinal organ s ...


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Masataka Morishita, Yoshihito Inaba, Mitsuru Fukushima, Yoshinori Hattori, Sadami Kobari, Tetsuo Matsuda: Process for encapsulation of medicaments. Toyo Jozo, Craig & Antonelli, June 1, 1976: US03960757 (122 worldwide citation)

Encapsulated medicaments are prepared by dissolving a wall material for capsules in at least one organic solvent poorly miscible with water which has a boiling point of less than 100.degree.C., a vapor pressure higher than that of water and a dielectric constant of less than about 10, dissolving or ...


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Masataka Morishita, Renji Aikawa, Shigeo Katsuragi, Yoshiaki Yamamoto, Kenichi Sugimoto: Suppository preparation having excellent absorption property. Toyo Jozo Company, Antonelli Terry & Wands, October 10, 1989: US04873087 (107 worldwide citation)

A preparation containing an absorption promoter selected from N-acyl amino acid derivatives or N-acyl peptide derivatives represented by the formula: R-CO-A (R is an aliphatic hydrocarbon group, an aromatic hydrocarbon group or an aryl-substituted lower hydrocarbon group which may optionally be subs ...


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Fukushima Mitsuru, Inaba Yoshihito, Kobari Sadami, Morishita Masataka: Process for preparing microcapsules. Toyo Jozo, Fuji Photo Film, Craig & Antonelli, June 24, 1975: US3891570 (107 worldwide citation)

Microcapsules are made by dissolving or dispersing a core substance in a solution of a wall material dissolved in a solvent having a dielectric constant of about 10 or less and poorly miscible with a polyhydric alcohol, then emulsifying in fine droplets this dispersion or solution into the polyhydri ...


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Masataka Morishita, Yoshihito Inaba, Mitsuru Fukushima, Sadami Kobari, Akiho Nagata, Jinnosuke Abe: Preparation of microcapsules. Toyo Jozo Company, Craig & Antonelli, March 9, 1976: US03943063 (81 worldwide citation)

Microcapsules are made by (a.) dispersing or dissolving a core substance in a film-forming polymer solution, (b.) emulsifying in fine droplets the resulting dispersion or solution in a vehicle which is poorly miscible with the solvent of the polymer solution and which doesn't dissolve said polymer t ...


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Preparation having excellent absorption property. Toyo Jozo, October 13, 1982: GB2095994-A (68 worldwide citation)

A preparation containing an absorption promoter selected from N- acyl amino acid derivatives or N-acyl peptide derivatives represented by the formula: R-CO-A (R is an aliphatic hydrocarbon group, an aromatic hydrocarbon group or an aryl-substituted lower hydrocarbon group which may optionally be sub ...


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Yamamoto Nakayuki, Sugimoto Michihiko, Sakakibara Hideo: Physiologically active peptide composition for nasal administration.. Toyo Jozo, April 18, 1990: EP0364235-A1 (63 worldwide citation)

A powder composition suitable for nasal administration comprising a physiologically active peptide as an active ingredient and a lactone of a water-soluble organic acid as an absorption promoter.


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Obara Takumi, Shuto Satoshi, Toriya Minoru, Fujiwara Tatsuro: 6-c-alkyl-3-deazaneplanocin a derivative and its preparation process and use.. Toyo Jozo, October 28, 1992: EP0510260-A2 (42 worldwide citation)

Described herein are 6'-C-alkyl-3-deazaneplanocin A derivatives represented by the following formula: wherein Y represents a lower alkyl group, R1' R2 and R3 individually mean a hydrogen atom or a hydroxyl-protecting group, and R4 denotes a hydrogen atom or an amino-protecting group; their preparati ...


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Kimio Mizuno, Tetsuo Matsuda, Katsumi Asano, Akira Yagi, Masaki Takada, Tetsu Saito, Minoru Toriya, Shuzo Satoi, Kazuo Matsuura: Antibiotic aculeacins. Toyo Jozo Kabushiki Kaisha, Young & Thompson, August 31, 1976: US03978210 (39 worldwide citation)

A family of antibiotics active against pathogenic yeasts and fungi comprises aculeacin-A, -B, -C, -D, -E, -F, and -G. These are produced from cultured broth of Aspergillus aculeatus FERM-P 2324.