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This article gives an introduction to multi-detection GPC/SEC and presents data that shows how the technique is being used to determine the impact of sterilization on medical grade poly(L-lactide).
The characterization of subvisible particles is highly relevant for the development of biopharmaceuticals to ensure quality and safety of a therapy. The expectations by the authorities are increasing, which makes it necessary to include analy...
Deformulation of oral solid dose (OSD) products requires generic companies to determine the physical and chemical properties of the excipients and active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) present within the reference listed drug product (...
Capillary rheometry has its origins in polymer melt processing, but is also directly relevant to many other material processes such as high speed coating, suspension processing, and printing applications. The technique enables key rheolog...
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 1
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