Growth of the global protein crystallisation and crystallography market is attributed to increasing interest in biologics, more investment and advancing technologies.
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This application note presents correlative Raman Imaging and Scanning Electron (RISE) microscopy as a useful tool for investigating the fine structure and chemical composition of pharmaceutical samples.
Stability testing is a vital part of product development and is conducted throughout a product’s life cycle.
Polyelectrolyte multilayers (PEMs) are promising drug carriers with potential applications in the delivery of poorly soluble drugs. In this article, Sumayah Abdul-Jabbar and Paul Royall discuss the approaches for PEM construction and drug release and detail several applications of multilayered particles in therapeutics.
Using embryonic stem cells from frogs, scientists have created living robots; called xenobots, these organisms are able to heal after injury and could be the future of drug delivery.
WITH THE RISE of metabolites/molecules production using complete living cells or their components (bacteria, enzymes, chloroplasts, etc), which is also termed bioprocessing, it has become increasingly important to control the different production steps and analyse the different biological materials.
High-resolution measurements of particles are of great interest in many fields of application. Combining confocal Raman microscopy with particle analysis tools makes it possible to find, classify and identify particles almost entirely automatically.
Analytical techniques for QA/QC purposes are integral to the safe production of therapeutics. This in-depth focus looks at Raman spectroscopy for amorphous phase analysis and discusses the viable but non-culturable (VBNC) state of bacteria in environmental monitoring.
The process of manufacturing a biotherapeutic drug entails numerous quality control measures to ensure safety and efficacy. The articles in this in-depth focus discuss higher order structure analysis and host cell protein contamination issues.
Researchers have developed a microscope that may provide insight into how safely and effectively a drug will perform in the body...
90 years ago Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman and Kariamanickam Srinivasa Krishnan first documented "A New Type of Secondary Radiation," which then became known as the Raman Effect [1, 2]. Raman spectroscopy is based on this effect and is used for qualitative and quantitative analysis of the chemical components and molecules of…
Harvard researchers have developed a metacorrector, a single-layer surface of nanostructures that can eliminate chromatic aberrations across visible light...
The Dynamic Mass Spectrometry Probe uses microfluidic technology to help separate compounds of interest from the salts in less than a minute...