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These effects are not related to a different time scale of processing events, but arise instead from strictly physical effects that distort the process results from those at the small-scale baseline, including chemical outcomes. Relevant examples are: a. Reactants to a system of fast reactions cannot be mixed fast enough and fractions of the reaction mass proceed for finite times at concentrations very different from the intended average concentration (some fractions unduly rich in the reactant being added, while others are unduly low), resulting in a product distribution different from that predicted by the kinetics or obtained at the smaller scale.
Such synthesis step, whether using a preparation of the enzyme or the host microorganism, will be considered a chemical synthesis step (a biotransformation or a biocatalytic step) and not a fermentation for biosynthesis. Whichever of these routes is used to obtain a bulk drug constitutes the chemical process. Further processing of the bulk drug to obtain the dosage form constitutes the pharmaceutical process. This distinction is depicted in Fig. 4, where simple 16 Rosas Figure 3 Drugs by total synthesis: Fosfomycin (antibacterial) is a good example of the manufacture of a bulk drug by total synthesis from basic chemicals, albeit the compound is of biosynthesis origin.
Continuing toxicology and dosage form development. All aimed at the design of Phase II=III studies and defining the target dosage forms Phase II=III—Increasingly large number of patients (up to thousands) in studies for therapeutic effectiveness (initial and confirmatory), dose and regimen determination, evaluation of target populations for safety and efficacy, support of desired claims, market-specific and dosage form-specific studies, etc. Continuing toxicology and dosage form development, stability studies.