Issue #3 2014 – Digital edition
Posted: 3 July 2014 | European Pharmaceutical Review
In Issue #3 2014: Pharmaceutical freeze-drying, Self-amplifying mRNA vaccines, Polymorph myths, Microbiology focus, NMR for isotope profiling, Manufacturing with QbD 2.0, Single-cell mRNA-Sequencing, qPCR focus, Powder Flow…
- Foreword: What does quality mean to you?
David Elder, GlaxoSmithKline & JPAG
- Lyophilisation: Techniques to preserve product quality in pharmaceutical freeze-drying
Antonello A. Barresi, Roberto Pisano and Davide Fissore, Department of Applied Science and Technology, Polytechnic University of Turin
- Vaccines: Using self-amplifying mRNA vaccines to facilitate a rapid response to pandemic influenza
Andrew J. Geall, Ethan C. Settembre and Jeffrey B. Ulmer, Novartis Vaccines Inc.
- Polymorphism: Polymorph myths
Terry Threlfall, University of Southampton
- In-Depth Focus: Microbiology
Featuring articles from Dr. Guenther Gapp at Gapp Quality GmbH and James L. Drinkwater, Chairman of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Sciences Society and Leader of a PHSS Bio-contamination Special Interest Group. A Microbiology Roundtable is also featured, moderated by Radhakrishna S. Tirumalai, Principal Scientific Liaison, U.S. Pharmacopeial Convention.
- NMR: Recent development of NMR for isotope profiling
Gérald Remaud, University of Nantes
- Chemometrics: Science-Based Data-Driven Technologies in Pharma: Development and Manufacturing with QbD 2.0
José C. Menezes, Universidade de Lisboa, Francisca F. Gouveia and Pedro G. Felizardo, 4Tune Engineering Ltd
- Next Generation Sequencing: Understanding early mouse embryonic development using single-cell mRNA-Sequencing
Hendrik Marks and René A.M. Dirks, Department of Molecular Biology, Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (RIMLS)
- In-Depth Focus: qPCR
With articles from Mikael Kubista at the TATAA Biocenter plus Theo P. Sloots and Michael D. Nissen from the Queensland Children’s Medical Research Institute. A qPCR Roundtable is also featured, moderated by Prof. Dr. Michael W. Pfaffl from the Department of Physiology within the Life Science Centre Weihenstephan at the Technical University of Munich
- Powder Flow: The characterisation of pharmaceutical powders – the need for a multivariate approach
Brian Armstrong and Katrina Brockbank, Freeman Technology
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