Let’s Focus on Pharma – Technologies for Small Molecule Applications
12 Dec, 2022 | Newsletters
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Below is a collection of webinars aimed at helping you improve and simplify your selection of analytical methods for pharmaceutical/ materials characterisation. Take a look.
Dr. Valerie Ivancic Collins, Applications Manager at RedShiftBio hosts this video to highlight how ultra-sensitive MMS was used to obtain aggregation measurements that were previously undetectable by other methods and can greatly influence the direction of biopharma product development.
Creoptix WAVEsystem with Grating-Coupled Interferometry (GCI) technology combines high sensitivity and signal stability and rapid throughput – giving you fast, accurate and dependable binding affinity and kinetics results in a wide range of biological matrices.
In this presentation we consider how product bio-availability, uniformity, stability and processability may be impacted by particle size changes. We will then consider how techniques such as laser diffraction and automated image analysis can aid formulation developers in material selection and in understanding the impact of formulation processing operations on likely product performance.
Special focus will be placed on the benefits of ITC and DSC, which provide the thermodynamic data required for understanding of biomolecular interactions. Combined with structural detail, the quantification of the thermodynamic and kinetic properties can give a picture of the change (eg. going from the free to the bound state in a biomolecular interaction, or from the folded to the unfolded state of a biomolecule).
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