This useful compendium from Thermo Fisher provides detailed methods for the analysis of trace elements in pharmaceutical products using AAS, ICP-OES and ICP-MS covered by the NEW USP chapters 232 and 233.
Tosoh Bioscience has produced Volume 1 of its 'Biopharmaceutical Application Notebook' for the (U)HPLC analysis of biomolecules. This essential application notebook will keep you informed of all the latest developments in the biopharmaceutical...
Metrohm has produced an application note demonstrating a method for a zinc oxide assay as per USP General Chapter <591>.
This technical note from SCIEX will highlight how to implement a complete and easy-to-use Multiple Attribute Methodology (MAM) workflow for biotherapeutic PQA monitoring using accurate mass LC–MS. It will demonstrate how this new streamlined MAM...
CAMAG has produced an application note describing the HPTLC methodology to identify sibutramine in herbal weight loss products.
Metrohm has produced an Application Bulletin discussing automatic conductometry in water with low electrical conductivity in accordance with USP<645>.
CAMAG has produced an application note describing the different possibilities for Cannabis testing by HPTLC.
CAMAG has produced an application note describing an HPTLC methodology for the identification of SJW and a simple test for adulteration.
CAMAG has produced an application note describing a simple and rapid HPTLC screening method for steroids and selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs) in bodybuilding supplements.
Agilent Technologies has produced an application note describing the separation and purification of acetaminophen (paracetamol) and six common impurities listed in the European and United States Pharmacopoeias.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has produced an application note describing a novel Dual LC workflow, which provides a unique concept by using two separated flow paths in one system. It shows how the Thermo Scientific Vanquish Duo system for Dual LC...
Kromasil has produced an application note demonstrating how, by using merged inorganic/organic silica materials with newly developed C8, C18 or phenyl hexyl phases, it is possible to use a stationary phase with a wider pH range.