Light microscopy technique for improving contaminant analysis

By Gareth Macdonald

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The timely identification of contaminants in pharmaceutical manufacture can be critical to avoiding costly delays. While it is relatively straightforward to establish the composition of a contaminating particle, determining its origin in the manufacturing process can be much more problematic. in-PharmaTechnologist spoke with McCrone Associates' Heidi Ullberg at this year's AAPS in Atlanta about a light microscopy that can help drugmakers address this problem.

The timely identification of contaminants in pharmaceutical manufacture can be critical to avoiding costly delays. While it is relatively straightforward to establish the composition of a contaminating particle, determining its origin in the manufacturing process can be much more problematic.

in-PharmaTechnologist spoke with McCrone Associates' Heidi Ullberg at this year's AAPS in Atlanta about a light microscopy that can help drugmakers address this problem.

Related topics: Processing, QA/QC

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