E-Book | April 6, 2023

Key Analytical Techniques For Pharmaceutical Discovery And Formulation

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Pharmaceutical breakthroughs and successful development are facilitated by accurate material data. Material analysis helps pharmaceutical researchers ensure product stability, compatibility, and end use application. As a result, this information helps you eliminate undesirable formulations early and accelerate your product’s time to market.

The studies in this eBook focus on four material analysis techniques that can help researchers enhance pharmaceutical development and solve the common challenges associated with a lack of accurate material analysis.

Thermal analysis techniques including differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and isothermal microcalorimetry (IMC) detect minute transitions caused by a drug’s composition and conditions. Differential scanning calorimetry can detect glass transitions, melting, and crystallization, while isothermal microcalorimetry measures stability, small amounts of amorphic content, and helps characterize polymorphs.

Rheology is used to measure a drug’s viscosity, which is crucial for delivery of injectables or application of topicals. Powder rheology is especially important for optimizing excipients’ flowability, cohesion, stability, and compressibility. Sorption analysis (SA) measures a drug’s moisture uptake and related transitions.

See how today’s leading instrumentation helps researchers get crucial information more rapidly so they can get to clinical trials faster with more reliable products.

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