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With Pharma EXPO just two months away, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing discusses the challenges of today's quickly changing packaging systems with Jerry Martin, pharmaceutical and life sciences consultant to PMMI, The Association of Packaging and Processing Technologies.
The new guidelines are evidence of multinational law enforcement at its best.
Since operators are fallible and low-throughput, manufacturers must automate inspection of visible particulates.
"NIR person" and physical chemist Emil Ciurczak provides a thorough analysis of this year's IFPAC conference, held Feb. 21-23 in Arlington, Va.
Efforts to enact meaningful standards for single-use bioprocessing technologies move at a snail's pace, with no clear path forward, experts say.
Amgen process engineers share Water-for-Injection expertise from the ever-expanding facilities in Juncos.
Re-evaluated Material, New Approach and Calculation Tool to Help Pharmaceutical Manufacturers Comply with Quality Standards
Celsis has expanded the analytical chemistry capabilities of its cGMP labs to include Mass Spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) and Ion Chromatography.
Immediately available from AdvantaPure is rubber-covered FEP hose with a USP Class VI-approved core. Manufactured for use primarily in the pharmaceutical, food, distilled beverage, chemical, and biotech industries, the multi-ply hose is durable, highly flexible, kink resistant, and suitable for ...
As USP updates its compendia and rapid microbial methods become more integral to industry practices, Celsis has expanded its service offerings, and its products (including an RNA-based rapid detection system). Cindy Lieberman, VP of marketing, talks about how manufacturers can stay current with, ...
Within the past five years, more of world's regulatory agencies and pharmacopeias have gotten on the same wavelength.
With a complete understanding of processes and test methods, sub-visible particles and bacterial endotoxins can be reduced to acceptable levels.
New techniques are expanding the role of X-ray analytical technologies to range from drug discovery to quality control