European Pharmaceutical Review Issue 2 2021

European Pharmaceutical Review’s latest journal features articles discussing the challenges and potential of antibody-drug conjugates, innovations in cleanroom infrastructure and why we need to test for heavy metal contaminants in cannabis vaping aerosols. Also in the issue, an exploration of how risk-sharing strategies could help expedite access to COVID-19 vaccines, a discussion of the regulatory requirements for analytical balances operating in GMP and GLP laboratories and so much more…

EPR Issue #2 2021

Also in Issue 2:

    Nanoparticles for drug delivery: next-generation biological drugs to treat inflammatory bowel diseases
    Fabrice Navarro, CEA-Leti
    Implementation of trending charts in analysis of inventory pattern
    Mostafa Eissa, Cairo University
    Optimising analytical separations of synthetic RNA with modified HPLC
    Anastassia Kanavarioti, Yenos Analytical LLC, and Sandra Rontree, Thermo Fisher Scientific
    COVID-19 vaccine rollout: a logistics success story
    Zoe McLernon, Logistics UK
    Plasma-derived therapies require a mastery of advanced bioproduction techniques
    Carole Resman, LFB
    A new small molecule drug discovery and development platform for HLA-associated autoimmune diseases
    Ryan Schutte and Robert Perni, IM Therapeutics

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