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Lamivudine:scale-up approaches to a single enantiomer, polymorphism and solid state issues

RSC Chemistry Lectures 2005

Lamivudine is one of several nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors indicated for the treatment of HIV/AIDS. This lecture investigates the development of synthesis in the enantioselective route of manufacture, and issues concerning solid state purity of the compound.

Date:         13 January 2005
Speaker:    Mark Shipton (GlaxoSmithKline)
Venue:       The Physics Lecture Theatre
Time:         4.00pm (refreshments served), lectures begin at 4.15pm

Further information:
Contact Jeremy Ireland at the Chemistry Department via email: or tel: 02476 573821