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John O’Neill
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For many of us on this site, our daily work is to create the source of information that you seek, but our results can be very product-specific In general, 8-15C is much more protective than higher temperatures, but each drug has its own profile, and some can be damaged in this range (too warm for refrigerated / frozen products) You might find information more specific to your application if you go to the Publications page on this (StabilityHub) site and start with Accelerated Stability or General Stability Reference. Some of the article links may have expired, but many are still viable and the references that authors list within the articles often provide valuable information. That said, do we have any participants that would like to contribute more specific sources?