Biotechnology

Download Applications of Ion Chromatography for Pharmaceutical and by Lokesh Bhattacharyya, Jeffrey S. Rohrer PDF

By Lokesh Bhattacharyya, Jeffrey S. Rohrer

This can be a complete resource of data at the software of ion chromatography (IC) within the research of pharmaceutical medicinal drugs and biologicals. This publication, with participants from academia, pharma, the biotech undefined, and tool production, provides the various views, adventure, and services of the idea leaders of IC in a finished demeanour. It explores power IC purposes in numerous elements of product improvement and quality controls trying out. additionally, an appendix part supplies info on serious actual and chromatographic parameters on the topic of IC and data on present brands of IC structures, columns, and different components.Content:
Chapter 1 Ion Chromatography—Principles and functions (pages 1–21): Lokesh Bhattacharyya
Chapter 2 Retention tactics in Ion?Exclusion Chromatography: a brand new viewpoint (pages 23–47): Milko Novic and Paul R. Haddad
Chapter three Pulsed Electrochemical Detection in Ion Chromatography (pages 49–90): William R. Lacourse
Chapter four Suppressor layout and Detection for Ion Chromatography (pages 91–105): Kannan Srinivasan, Sheetal Bhardwaj, Rong Lin and Christopher Pohl
Chapter five Modelling and Optimization of Ion Chromatographic Separations of Pharmaceutically suitable natural Ions (pages 107–133): Philip Zakaria, Greg Dicinoski, Melissa Hanna?Brown and Paul R. Haddad
Chapter 6 Ion Chromatography in Pharmaceutical Drug research (pages 135–157): Lokesh Bhattacharyya
Chapter 7 research for Impurities by means of Ion Chromatography (pages 159–174): Shreekant V. Karmarkar
Chapter eight Ion Chromatography research of Aminoglycoside Antibiotics (pages 175–192): Valoran P. Hanko and Jeffrey S. Rohrer
Chapter nine Use of Cation?Exchange Ion Chromatography within the research of prescription drugs (pages 193–220): Christopher Pohl, Maria Rey and Rosanne Slingsby
Chapter eleven excessive functionality Ion Chromatographic research of Cholinergic Compounds: Carbachol and Bethanechol, and linked Degradation items (pages 237–245): David Trowbridge
Chapter 12 Ion Chromatographic research of prescription drugs for Authenticity and Adulteration (pages 247–257): David S. Jackson
Chapter thirteen Ion Chromatography of Drug Product Counter?Ions and different Ions in Drug items (pages 259–269): Brian M. De Borba and Jeffrey S. Rohrer
Chapter 14 pattern coaching thoughts in Ion Chromatography for Pharmaceutical purposes (pages 271–283): Jay Gandhi
Chapter 15 Validation of Ion Chromatographic equipment (pages 285–308): Shreekant V. Karmarkar
Chapter sixteen Pharmacopeial purposes of Ion Chromatography (pages 309–320): Ravi Ravichandran
Chapter 10 complete ways for size of lively Pharmaceutical elements, Counter?Ions, and Excipients utilizing HPLC with Charged Aerosol Detection (pages 221–236): Christopher Crafts, Bruce Bailey, Paul Gamache, Xiaodong Liu and Ian Acworth
Chapter 17 Glycan research by means of excessive functionality Anion alternate Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection (pages 321–338): Lokesh Bhattacharyya
Chapter 18 Monosaccharide research of Glycoproteins through High?Performance Anion?Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection (pages 339–350): Jeffrey S. Rohrer
Chapter 19 Two?Dimensional Ion Chromatography for Simultaneous decision of Amino Acids and Carbohydrates (pages 351–364): Petr Jandik and Jun Cheng
Chapter 20 tracking Protein N?Glycosylation Consistency utilizing HPAEC?PAD (pages 365–377): Carl Grey
Chapter 21 Oligosaccharide research by means of High?Performance Anion?Exchange Chromatography Hyphenated to built-in Pulsed Amperometric Detection and On?Line Ion?Trap Mass Spectrometry (pages 379–391): Cees Bruggink
Chapter 22 functions of Ion Chromatography in organic Product Analyses (pages 393–421): Alfred V. Del Grosso and Brandon Duong
Chapter 23 excessive functionality Anion?Exchange Chromatography with Pulsed Amperometric Detection (HPAEC?PAD) research of GBS Glycoconjugate Vaccines: From Fermentation to ultimate Product (pages 423–434): Stefano Ricci, Barbara Fabbri, Sara Giannini, Silvia Bernardini, Marcello Morelli and Sandro D'Ascenzi
Chapter 24 balance experiences and Characterization of Meningococcal A, C, Y, and W135 Glycoconjugate Vaccine (pages 435–447): Valeria Carinci, Alberto Bernardini, Cristiana Campa, Claudia Magagnoli, Francesca Beccai and Sandro D'Ascenzi

Show description

Read Online or Download Applications of Ion Chromatography for Pharmaceutical and Biological Products PDF

Similar biotechnology books

A Guide to Protein Isolation

This article takes the reader on a guided journey in the course of the philosophical and actual foundations of protein isolation. geared toward a pupil readership, it is going to even be very necessary to lifestyles technological know-how researchers confronted with the duty of setting apart a protein for the 1st time. The good judgment of the general method of separating a protein is defined and the actual rules of every separation process are made transparent by way of uncomplicated types and analogies, drawn from daily reports.

Snapshots of Hemodynamics: An Aid for Clinical Research and Graduate Education

Hemodynamics give the opportunity to signify in a quantitative method, the functionality of the center and arterial procedure, thereby generating information regarding which genetic and molecular strategies, and which abnormalities, are of value for realizing cardiovascular mechanisms in wellbeing and fitness and illness. Snapshots of Hemodynamics: An reduction for scientific learn and Graduate schooling, moment variation by means of Nico Westerhof, Nikos Stergiopulos and Mark I.

Opportunities for Biological Nitrogen Fixation in Rice and Other Non-Legumes: Papers presented at the Second Working Group Meeting of the Frontier Project on Nitrogen Fixation in Rice held at the National Institute for Biotechnology and Genetic Engineerin

In the course of the subsequent 30 years, farmers needs to produce 70% extra rice than the 550 thousands lots produced this day to feed the expanding inhabitants. Nitrogen (N) is the nutrient that almost all usually limits rice creation. At present degrees ofN use potency, we are going to require no less than double the ten million lots of N fertilizer which are at the moment used every year for rice creation.

Extra resources for Applications of Ion Chromatography for Pharmaceutical and Biological Products

Sample text

A high performance phase for the organic acids. LC-GC 1987;5: 261–266. 25. Papadoyannis IN, Samanidou VF. Encyclopedia of Chromatography, Marcel, New York: Dekker; 2001. p 455–457. 26. Tanaka K, Haddad PR. Ion exclusion chromatography: liquid chromatography. In: Wilson ID, Adlard ER, Cooke M, Poole CF, editors. Encyclopedia of Separation Science, San Diego: Academic Press; 2000. p 3193–3201. 27. Ng KL, Paul B, Haddad PR, Tanaka K. Retention modeling of electrostatic and adsorption effects of aliphatic and aromatic carboxylic acids in ion-exclusion chromatography.

Ion exclusion. Annals of the NY Acad. Sci. 1953;57: 159–176. 14. Harlow GA, Morman DH. Automatic Ion exclusion-partition chromatography of acids. Anal. Chem. 1964;36:2438–2442. 15. Morris J, Fritz, JS. Eluent modifiers for the liquid chromatographic separation of carboxylic acids using conductivity detection. Anal. Chem. 1994;66:2390–2395. 16. Ohta K, Tanaka K, Haddad PR. Ion-exclusion chromatography of aliphatic carboxylic acids on an unmodified silica gel column. J. Chromatogr. A 1996;739:359–365.

Constitutes the basis of pulsed amperometry. The series of potentials applied for defined time periods is referred to as a waveform. The potential E1 applied over the time period, t1 , is subdivided into two time periods related to two functions. In the initial part, called the delay period (td ), time is allowed to permit the current to stabilize due to changing potentials so that only stable current from analyte oxidation is measured during the second part of E1 , the detection period (tdet ), also known as integration time (ti ), as data acquisition takes place to integrate peak areas during this time.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.75 of 5 – based on 45 votes