Article | September 22, 2023

Scaling Up Your Methods With USP <621> - Part 1: Chemistry

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Whether you are a scientist doing liquid chromatography (LC) in the pharmaceutical, food, or supplement industry, you want to ensure the safety and quality of your products. To improve global health through consistent public standards, the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) developed USP <621>, a quality standard for the drug development industry, used to define terms and procedures used in chromatography, including allowable adjustments to validated methods.

In this blog series, we’ll explore the latest updates to the USP <621> guidelines that involve changes to the allowable modifications to gradient methods and updates to system suitability parameters.

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