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Application of near infrared spectroscopy to the analysis and fast quality assessment

NIRS combined with appropriate mathematical models and pattern recognition techniques allows analysis of a wide variety of sample types rapidly. Second, NIRS is a non-destructive technique which avoids complex sample preparation by chemical or physical processes. In fact, both solid … Continue reading

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Review – Quality control of parenteral products

ABSTRACT: In a pharmaceutical organization a quality control deals with testing, sampling, specification, and documentation, release procedure which ensure that all tests are actually carried out prior to release of material for sale or use. Four basic area of testing … Continue reading

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Distinguish between dissolution and disintegration

Disintegration time is the time required for a dosage form to break up in to¬†granules¬†of specified size (or smaller) under carefully specified conditions. Where as dissolution is a process by which solid substance enters in the solvent to yield a … Continue reading

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Vaccine manufacturing process

Vaccines are a group of pharmaceuticals that include some of the oldest biologically-made compounds. The Smallpox vaccine was introduced by Edward Jenner as early as in 1796 and Louis Pasteur created the first live attenuated bacterial (Chicken Cholera) and viral … Continue reading

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Filtration Technique

Filtration is a common method of sterilizing drug product solutions. An appropriate sterilizing grade filter is one which reproducibly removes all microorganisms from the process stream, producing a sterile effluent. Such filters usually have a rated porosity of 0.2 micron … Continue reading

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