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Inside USP: USP Metals Testing: A Workshop Report
Attendees at a recent workshop endorsed new methods to detect metals in drugs, dietary supplements, and food ingredients.


Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 32, Issue 11, pp. 152-153

References

1. USP 31–NF 26 General Chapter <231>, "Heavy Metals," pp. 133–134.

2. T. Wang et al., "An Atomic Spectroscopic Method as an Alternative to Both USP Heavy Metals <231> and USP Residue on Ignition <281>," Pharm Forum. 29 (4), 1328–1336 (2003).

3. USP Ad Hoc Advisory Panel on Inorganic Impurities and Heavy Metals, "General Chapter on Inorganic Impurities: Heavy Metals," Pharm. Forum. 34 (5), 1345–1348 (2008).

4. D.R. Abernethy et al., "Adulteration of Drugs and Foods: Compendial Approaches to Lowering Risk," Clin. Pharm. Ther., in press (2008).

5. EMEA, Guideline on the Specification Limits for Residues of Metal Catalysts (London, March 2008), available at http://www.emea.europa.eu/, accessed Oct. 6, 2008.


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