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RMM: In-Depth Focus 2015

22 October 2015 | By

In this RMM In-Depth Focus: Implementation of a rapid methods portfolio at a pharmaceutical manufacturing site; Use of RMMs in quality control: challenges and benefits; Rapid assay for bioburden and other contaminations; RMM Roundtable...

Ten years of siRNA – a clinical overview

10 July 2012 | By Katharina Bruno, Principal Scientist, Technical Research & Development (TRD), Novartis Pharma AG

In 2001, small interfering RNA (siRNA) was discovered as the mediator of RNA interference (RNAi), a transient and specific repression mechanism of protein expression1. After the pharmaceutical industry became aware of the intrinsic versatility and potential of this molecule, a race to develop the first siRNA based drug began. However,…

PAT supplement 2011

15 December 2011 | By

In this PAT supplement: The historical development of the FDA's PAT initiative and its present course; Implementation of modelling approaches in the QbD framework: Examples from the Novartis experience; Challenges in development and implementation of spectroscopic techniques as PAT Analysers...

Lab Automation Roundtable

12 December 2009 | By

Participants: Dr Gordon R Alton, President and CEO, Altonyx Consulting / Dr Scott Bowes Scientist, Novartis / Dr Sheraz Gul, Vice President and Head of Biology, European ScreeningPort / Chris Molloy, Vice President of Corporate Development, IDBS

Thermal analysis and calorimetry: latest developments

19 March 2008 | By Danielle Giron, Chemical Research & Development, Novartis Pharma AG, Basel, Switzerland

Thermal analysis techniques cover all methods in which a physical property is monitored as a function of temperature or time, whilst the sample is being heated or cooled under controlled conditions. Calorimetric methods measure the energy involved in every process. The quicker new developments attain the market, such as the…

A bright future for drug discovery and development

11 November 2005 | By Dr Frank Straube, Biomarker Expert, Novartis Pharma AG

High content imaging (HCI), the combination of automated fluorescence microscopy with quantitative image analysis, has been opening new dimensions in cytometry. This article gives an overview on the growing spectrum of applications and an outlook on the future use of this still rapidly developing technology.

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