Lecithin (as an excipient)

Lecithin is a common excipient used in a wide variety of pharmaceutical applications. It typically functions as an emulsifier (to stabilize blends of liquids that are not mutually soluble), as well as improving the bioavailability of certain types of lipid-soluble compounds.
Lecithin is generally derived from soybeans.

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