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Determination of glucosamine in food supplements by HILIC-ESI-MS

20 October 2017 | By , , ,

Glucosamine is sold as a food supplement worldwide, but its production is poorly regulated. A direct and reliable method for the quality control of glucosamine in commercial products is of great importance. This article describes a simple, fast and validated ultra-performance liquid chromatography-quadrupole time of flight (UPLC-QToF) for the determination…

Quality control of freeze-dried oral formulations; challenges when developing novel approaches for the delivery of poorly-soluble drugs

22 August 2017 | By ,

A common obstacle encountered in the early stages of drug development is the formulation of poorly water-soluble drugs (PWSDs). One effective approach to improve the dissolution of PWSDs is to render such drugs into their amorphous or disordered form. However, amorphous materials are both physically and chemically unstable, and tend…

Stem Cells Roundtable

20 March 2009 | By

Dr Paul Andrews (Senior Scientist, ITI Stem Cell Technology Programme, University of Dundee), Professor Peter Andrews (co-Director of the Centre for Stem Cell Biology, University of Sheffield), Fergus McKenzie PhD. (Programme Manager, ITI-Life Sciences), Dr Stephen Minger (Senior Lecturer in Stem Cell Biology, Kings College London) and Will Rust (Section…

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