Multi-layered tablets bring together differently formulated powder mixtures, which typically contain different APIs, into a single tablet with two or more layers. They offer benefits for overcoming API-API interactions and stability issues, tailoring dissolution profiles, and bringing brand recognition to finished dosage forms. An appropriate formulation of the individual layers and overall tablet is the key to a good multilayer tablet.
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