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Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) is a technique that is broadly used in the biotherapeutic industry to measure protein stability. It can be used to measure both the intrinsic stability of a protein and the extrinsic stabilization b...
Polymeric materials are the most studied of all rheological materials and polymeric solutions in particular are perhaps the most interesting. They are ubiquitous in every-day life and play an important role in applications ranging from jo...
Inkjet technology and the printing flexibility it offers is enabling a rapid growth in industrial and commercial inkjet printing. Modern inkjet print heads can be designed and configured to print on many different substrates, and can prod...
Sol-gel transitions of proteins can be determined by measuring the kinetics of their viscoelastic material functions. For gelatin, the gel time is a strong function of temperature and the fraction of the helix content of the protein chain...
The second virial coefficient (A2, B22) has been identified as a potential parameter to assess and optimize formulation stability. Traditionally, the measurement is time consuming in batch mode, since preparation of various concentrations...
Novel analytical technologies for product deformulation - Part 3
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