Pharmaceutical & Drug Discovery Laboratory Equipment
There are many key developmental phases, services, and processes within
pharma and drug discovery laboratories.
Pharmaceutical development includes (but is not limited to)
formulation, such as API, preformuation, screening, etc; preclinical
development, such as pharmacology services, ADME-Tox, biomarker
testing, and more.
Services include analytical testing services, such as method
development/validation, bioanalytical testing, assay development,
clinical trials services, raw material testing services, etc.; and
contract pharma services, such as CRO services/outsourcing, contract
packaging, contract manufacturing, etc.
Whether you are performing the testing on site or utilize services from
a pharmaceutical testing company, the various studies and validations
- Microbial and fungal identification
- Anitmicrobial effectiveness testing
- Stability testing
- Sterility testing
- Endotoxin testing
- Biological testing (screenings, assays, SDS/PAGE)
- And more!
What are the various types of laboratory and analytical
pharmaceutical test equipment?
Whether your need is from biomolecular interaction analysis to particle
characterization, pharmaceutical test equipment is largely varied based
upon the various testing applications.
Pharmaceutical test equipment includes, but is not limited to: tablet testing equipment
, such as friability testers
, dissolution samplers
; powder handling equipment
; or freeze dryers
What to key considerations when choosing pharmaceutical
Depending on your specific testing requirements, considerations when
choosing pharmaceutical test equipment not only include regulatory
compliance and cost, but also analysis time and throughput. High-
quality testing allows for achieving regulatory approval in shorter
time periods, while reducing costs and improved turnaround testing.
Sub-visible particle, also known as SVP, have been a concern for the
pharma industry for their biopharmaceutical side effects. SVP
aggregates occur in development due to changes in temperature or
mechanical stimulation. Improvements in aggregation analysis systems in
the market enable improved QC and screening, all with intent to
eliminate SVP aggregates in early stages of development.
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Thursday, December 18, 2014
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