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Stable to Store


Leuven, Belgium - Recent tests using liquid chromatography (LC) show that gels containing both erythromycin and benzoyl peroxide (Benzamycin) appear to be stable when stored as directed. "This study cannot conclude that these gels work better than others for patients, as only a chemical analysis by LC was carried out," stated Pieter Dehouck, a pharmacist and Ph.D. student in the Laboratory of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Drug Analysis, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, who oversaw the study.

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