DuraLac® H: A new, alternative source of anhydrous lactose
Jan. 1, 2014, midnight
Franz K. Penz
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Anhydrous lactose was innovated and patented in the United States in the early 1940s, swiftly gaining traction in pharmaceutical applications. Notably, the initial adoption of anhydrous lactose was primarily concentrated in the Anglo-American hemisphere, potentially influenced by academic, economic, and political factors. In contrast, alpha-lactose monohydrate grades have traditionally been favored in Asia and Europe.