Scientific Poster: How complementary chromatographic methods can support a full analytical picture in pharmaceutical drug development
HPLC is a rapid, accurate and sensitive method for determination of pharmaceutical drugs, degradations and impurity profiling. It is a preferred method for analytical characterisation during drug development.
This is due to the fact that a variety of detector types is available that can easily be combined with HPLC along with the variety of column materials (stationary phases) commercially available. Thus, HPLC allows for the development of robust and reliable analytical methods with desired sensitivity and selectivity while also meeting cost effectiveness requirements to the laboratory.
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