Issue #5 2014 – Digital edition
Posted: 5 November 2014 | European Pharmaceutical Review
In this issue: Protein Characterisation, RMM, Flow Cytometry, Spray drying, NMR spectroscopy, Raman, Pharmaceutical salts, Sterile Control Strategies and much more…
- Foreword: Crystallography: A Core Science?
David Elder, GlaxoSmithKline and JPAG
- Protein Characterisation: A history of recombinant protein technology in small molecule drug discovery
Rick Davies, Associate Director, AstraZeneca; Ian Hardern, Senior Research Scientist, AstraZeneca; Ross Overman, Associate Principle Scientist, AstraZeneca
- In-Depth Focus: RMM
Featuring articles from Michael J. Miller, President of Microbiology Consultants, and Deborah Gessell-Lee (Baxter), Oliver Gordon (Novartis), Joe Johnston (Fresenius), Neil Lewis (Procter & Gamble), Jeanne Mateffy (Amgen) and Jeffrey W. Weber (Pfizer). Plus an RMM Roundtable, moderated by James L. Drinkwater of F Ziel.
- Flow Cytometry: Flow cytometry for the optimisation of microbial recombinant protein production
Tim W. Overton, University of Birmingham
- Spray Drying: Spray drying in the pharmaceutical industry
Filipe Gaspar, Senior Director of Particle Engineering Services, Hovione
- NMR Spectroscopy: a superior tool for quality control of pharmaceutical products
Torgny Rundlöf, Pharmaceutical Evaluator, Medical Products Agency, Sweden
- In-Depth Focus: Raman
Featuring articles from Sulaf Assi of Bournemouth University and University of Liege Scientists Lauranne Netchacovitch, Charlotte De Bleye, Pierre-François Chavez, Pierre-Yves Sacré, Philippe Hubert and Eric Ziemons. Plus a Roundtable on Raman hosted by Bradley Diehl of Pfizer.
- Pharmaceutical Salts: Pharmaceutical salts of small molecule drugs – opportunities and challenges
Axel Becker, Merck KGaA
- Sterile Control Strategies: The need for control strategies in the manufacturing of sterile pharmaceutical products
James L. Drinkwater, F Ziel
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