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Near Infrared Spectroscopy (NIR)
New research shows co-processed excipient is superior to non-co-processed when using near infrared (NIR) process analytical technology (PAT) to monitor direct compression tableting.
Here, EPR summarises a review of some of the benefits and disadvantages for spectroscopic techniques used to characterise the structure of therapeutic proteins in solid dosage forms.
Research suggests the development of new instruments and growing government investments, particularly in Germany, will drive growth of the European molecular spectroscopy market.
NIR spectroscopy is well-known for its sensitivity to water, which can be useful for detecting water variation in the sample matrix. However, for many other applications, water intake of the samples may be an issue and must be closely monitored to gauge the predictive performance of calibration models. This article…
29 July 2020 | By Charles River
In this webinar we discuss the results of our latest study where we evaluated the ruggedness, repeatability and specificity of commercially available rFC products, as well as our own recombinant product in development, against a large panel of endotoxins.
In this on-demand webcast, spectroscopy experts discuss recent advances in handheld Raman and NIR technology that lead to faster, more effective implementation and improved regulatory compliance.
7 August 2019 | By WITec GmbH
This webinar describes how Raman microscopy can help solve some of the most vital and challenging questions that researchers face in 3D imaging and microparticle analyses of food, pharmaceuticals and microplastics, along with providing measurement examples from each field.
For decades, near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy has been an invaluable tool within the laboratory and, interestingly, despite all the excellent instrumentation and technologies introduced for process control, NIR is still the most popular and mature technique available. This article will discuss the impact of NIR in pharmaceuticals from the perspective of…
Online drying process control of pharmaceutical intermediates using near-infrared spectroscopy in a bypass system
Strong regimentation and economic interests demand the development and implementation of new techniques for process control and analysis in the pharmaceutical industry. The extensive analysis of all deployed materials, intermediates and products leads to a higher degree of process stability and can contribute to a faster compensation for deviations, especially…
NIR technology has been used in the pharmaceutical industry for nearly two decades, but the major driver for its use over the last 10 years was recommendations made by the FDA and other regulating authorities.
In this issue we look at the challenges of shipping temperature-controlled products, the potential use of blockchain for pharma, and using MALDI-TOF for identification of peptides in suspected illegal medicinal products. The edition also includes articles on aseptic containment, legal advice on licensing negotiations and an In-Depth Focus article from…
NIR-GECO1 could help the development of effective treatments for pressing health conditions, including neurodegenerative diseases
The rapid increase in demand for biopharmaceuticals presents manufacturers with unique challenges to ensure quality and regulatory compliance while maintaining supply and production capacity.