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June 01, 2002
A new set of proposed GMP standards for excipents may present more problems than benefits.
A global drug master file system may pave the way for faster qualifications of new excipients and the industry's acceptance of their use in drug therapies.
Brand and product security technologies offer pharmaceutical manufacturers anticounterfeiting solutions.
Measurements of lyophilization pressure are accurate only if the gauges that are used have been properly calibrated.
FDA cites manufacturing difficulties as a main contributing factor to recent drug shortages, which mainly involve injectibles and vaccines.
The author discusses the upcoming human research congressional debate and CROs' preparations to respond.
Treating a cross-organizational team as a full-fledged partnership helps complete a project on time and on budget.
Near-infrared spectroscopy is a sophisticated and selective technique that has emerged as a powerful tool for the analysis of pharmaceuticals.
Three methods for microencapsulating paracetamol using cellulose acetate phthalate as the coating agent revealed significant differences in terms of drug content, microcapsule size, and drug release rate.
A profile about how a provider with a solid reputation in niche areas of contract manufacturing became a full-service operation.