I'm aware that there are many web browser splitters, but I need something that can have an app that's already open to keep running even after I press the home button.
Alternatively, it can be something that allows me to split screen or float the app so that the app is not considered 'paused' or shut down by the system.
Any help?Software2 months ago
Except for cancer and fibrosis, where too much ECM/collagen is madeBiology2 months ago
I'm not based in the US, but I would like to search for funding opportunities offered internationally by national gov or private investment organizations. Any sources would be helpfulInvesting3 months ago
Is there an extendend(sustained)-release drug that can be injected both IM and SC? (intramuscular and subcutaneous)?
I am looking for an extended-release depot forming injection drug that can be administered both waysMedicine3 months ago
(1) is it reversible(recoverable)? if so, to what extent?
(2)why does the FDA approve licensing of drugs that have post-market incidents of necrosis? is it simply leveraging between the side effects and efficacy of the drug?ex. muscle cell necrosis by intramuscular injection from injection inflammatory reactions.
are any of the two recoverable?4 AnswersDogs3 months ago
If two drugs share the same metabolic enzymes (ex. CYP or UGT), do they help one another or suppress metabolism of both?
for instance, if drug A is an inducer of Enzyme A, which drug B also uses in its metabolic pathway, will drug A help or reduce drug B's metabolism?Biology3 months ago
for development of injectable drugs, how many sterilization steps does it need to go through in order to comply with the USP and EP guidelines?
Is a single steam sterilization on the final packaged product enough, or should there be intermediary sterilization steps during the manufacturing process?Alternative Medicine3 months ago
are there anthelmintics that you take through an inhaler, maybe for a lungworm? I'm wondering if there are applications of pulmonary drug distribution for anthelmintics in general. If yes, what kinds are there? If not, what are the main obstacles of developing effective drugs that target the pulmonary system via nebulizers?Infectious Diseases4 months ago