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Dosage Forms

Discovery & Development Business Practice

Morphologically-Directed Raman Spectroscopy used for the characterization of protein aggregates in suspension

This application note explores the use of the Morphologi G3-ID for Morphologically-Directed Raman spectroscopy (MDRS) to identify and analyze contaminants including protein aggregates present in a stressed sample of lysozyme, and to compare particles held in suspension within a thin path wet cell with those collected on a filter membrane.

Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

Don't Neglect Needles!

New drug delivery technologies have their place, but so too do traditional needle injections…

Discovery & Development Business Practice

Design and formulation of nanomedicines

In this white paper the specific mechanisms by which nanoparticles are designed and formulated for therapeutic purposes and in which NTA has had a significant part to play is discussed.

Discovery & Development Biosimilars

Taylor Dispersion Analysis explained

Taylor Dispersion Analysis is an ultra-low volume, microcapillary flow technique for sizing and stability of biomolecules in complex solutions, and offers advantages for orthogonal and complementary biophysical characterization measurements.

Discovery & Development Business Practice

Accelerate liquid formulation development for protein biopharmaceuticals

The work presented here illustrates how Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is used in the early stages of protein characterization to rapidly provide critical data about protein stability that can be used as a guide to support and accelerate liquid formulation.

Discovery & Development Business Practice

Reverse engineering of a pharmaceutical formulation

The Morphologi G3-ID can be used to generate component-specific particle size and shape data required to aid the reverse engineering of solid oral dose formulations. Here, we provide an example case study for a powder formulation.

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Discovery & Development Drug Delivery

Nonthreatening Needles

No-one likes getting injections. Fortunately, patients may soon have a pain-free alternative in the form of microneedle delivery systems

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