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Root Cause Analysis For USP Dissolution and Tablet Disintegration Studies

USP dissolution testing is a standard method in pharmaceutical industry to characterize dissolution performance of solid dosage forms. Continue reading

PAT & Particle Size Analysis at IFPAC 2011

Three speakers from the 2010 In-Process Particle Forum will present at IFPAC [International Forum Process Analytical Technology] on January 21, 2011 in Baltimore, MD.  Steve Mehrman  of Johnson & Johnson and James Butz of Merck & Co. are scheduled to present during the Particle Characterization/Analysis-Ultrasound Spectroscopy Friday AM V session at IFPAC.  Kevin Macias of Bristol-Myers Squibb will present during the Control Strategies for Drug Product Development and Manufacturing Friday AM VII session. Continue reading

PAT at AIChE 2010 – Real-time Monitoring of Granulation and Roller Compaction

At the 2010 American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) Annual Meeting in Salt Lake City, there were a number of well-attended sessions dealing with the related topics of Quality by Design (QbD) and Process Analytical Technologies (PAT). Continue reading

Predictor of Dissolution Performance in Fluid Bed Granulation

In July, I announced that I would be chairing next week’s In Process Particle Forum  being held in Iselin, NJ.  Today, I want to highlight one of the papers that will be presented at In Process Particle ForumSteve Mehrman of Johnson & Johnson will present on using FBRM C35 during fluid bed granulation development and scale-up.

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Understanding Dissolution Inconsistency Through In Situ Particle Characterization and Root Cause Analysis

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METTLER TOLEDO FBRM and Opt Diss Fiber Optic UV for Dissolution Testing in Distek Evolution 6100

USP tablet dissolution testing is recognized as the standard analytical method used in the pharmaceutical industry.

Traditionally, dissolution has been performed in the analytical laboratory and tests were conducted with the final product. But in recent years dissolution testing has become a development tool for Quality by Design (QbD), and testing has expanded to include dissolution and disintegration tests which screen product performance during drug product development.
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