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Spectroscopy In-Depth Focus 2016

In this Spectroscopy In-Depth Focus: The benefits of NIRS in…

24 August 2016 | By

In this Spectroscopy In-Depth Focus: The benefits of NIRS in monitoring and controlling a crystallisation process; Pharmaceutical applications of terahertz spectroscopy and imaging; and much more...

Applying PAT in pharmaceutical processes

As cited by the FDA, “Process Analytical Technology (PAT) is…

1 November 2010 | By Mario Hellings, Tom Van den Kerkhof, Jeroen Geens and Steve Mehrman, Johnson & Johnson

As cited by the FDA, “Process Analytical Technology (PAT) is a system for designing, analysing, and controlling manufacturing through timely measurements (i.e., during processing) of critical quality and performance attributes of raw and in-process materials and processes with the goal of ensuring final product quality.”1 The main goal of PAT…

Applying PAT in Chemical Process Development

As the time-to-market of pharmaceutical products has elongated, while its…

29 May 2009 | By

As the time-to-market of pharmaceutical products has elongated, while its prices are under big pressure, cost saving is currently essential in the pharmaceutical industry.

PAT: not a purpose in itself

The process analytical technology guidelines have been a hotly debated…

19 March 2008 | By

The process analytical technology guidelines have been a hotly debated topic within the pharmaceutical industry ever since they were made public in 2004. This also holds true at Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical Research & Development (J&JPRD), Division of Janssen Pharmaceutical N.V. In recent years, the company has introduced PAT tools…