Researchers show that combining morphologically-directed Raman spectroscopy (MDRS) with dissolution analysis allows for particle size analysis in fully formulated nasal suspension sprays.
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Optical spectral measurement tools are extremely useful both for in-line measurements in process analytical techniques (PATs) as well as for evaluating the composition of finished substances. Here, CPI’s Lukas Kuerten and Rachel Findlay demonstrate a valuable method for gaining useful information from spectral data.
Scientists show how a combined time-resolved Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy can be applied to provide reliable drug diffusion data for drug-hydrogel combinations.
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.
A new paper reveals a potential source of errors in the Raman spectroscopy analysis of chiral molecules that could lead to significant data misinterpretations, and a potential method to fix it.
A new paper reveals how combining flow cytometry with other analytical techniques can provide a wealth of information on bacterial viability and thus enhance sterilisation processes.
The new surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) method uses capillary suction to actively capture target molecules for detection.
The revised Raman Spectroscopy chapter (2.2.48) will be released in October, with updates focusing on enhancing the reliability of the results.
Market research shows the adoption of process analytical technologies and investment in pharma R&D and healthcare will drive growth in the real-time bioprocess Raman analyser market.
Research suggests the development of new instruments and growing government investments, particularly in Germany, will drive growth of the European molecular spectroscopy market.
New research shows that allowing the atomic point of a tip-enhanced Raman spectrometer to touch the surface of a sample increases sensitivity.
In this ebook, discover innovative solutions for three core areas of drug development: drug formulation, scale-up and analysis with hot melt extrusion; quality control and validation using microscopic and spectroscopic instruments; and instrumentation for nucleic acid quantification and qualification.
Raman spectroscopy has numerous applications in the pharmaceutical industry, ranging from verification of raw materials to quality control of products. This article explores how researchers are using the technique to aid our understanding of SARS-CoV-2, potentially improving detection speed and methods of analysis.
Since their debut, the range of applications for which deep ultra-violet (DUV) handheld devices are used in the pharmaceutical setting continues to grow. For pharmaceutical or biopharmaceutical cleaning verification, there is a requirement for a versatile and adaptive analytical and imaging device to demonstrate and document cleaning cycles. Here, Krishnakumar…