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Using GPC/SEC for excipient characterization

Using GPC/SEC for Excipient Characterization

OMNISEC measures the Critical Quality Attributes of polymeric pharmaceutical excipients with unrivalled sensitivity supporting their efficient use to formulate safe and effective pharmaceutical products.

Polymeric excipients are a critical component of sophisticated tableting blends with closely controlled drug release profiles. In this article, Stephen Ball, Product Marketing Manager Nanometrics, Malvern Instruments, demonstrates how state-of-the-art gel permeation/size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC) systems can be used to measure the Critical Quality Attributes of such excipients with exemplary sensitivity.

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