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Ingredient-Specific Particle Sizing
By Shawn Wilhelm on June 12, 2013
Gateway Analytical Senior Scientist Oksana Olkhovyk, Ph.D. recently presented at RDD Europe 2013 in Berlin, Germany. The workshop titled: “Automated Ingredient Specific Particle Sizing” is now available for download.
By Oksana Olkhovyk on June 4, 2013
This poster presents new qualitative and semi-qualitative methods for the examination of size and polymorph drug particle identification in finished products. Specifically, its benefits for BA/BE testing is described using the model of fluticasone-containing nasal spray suspension formulation.
By Shawn Wilhelm on February 15, 2013
This webinar was designed for generic drug manufacturers of nasal spray suspensions. During this webinar, our presenters discussed how the method of Ingredient-Specific Particle Sizing (ISPS) using Raman Chemical Imaging (RCI) developed by Gateway Analytical, can address the critical path opportunity by providing the accurate and precise drug particle size measurement to demonstrate bioequivalence. Using this method, generic nasal spray suspension developers have the potential to save considerable time and money by waiving the in vivo biostudies.
By Oksana Olkhovyk on January 29, 2013
Dr. Oksana Olkhovyk plays an important role supporting analytical testing services within Gateway Analytical cGMP and ISO-based quality assurance laboratories for the pharmaceutical, materials science and forensics industries. She has over 10 years experience in Raman spectroscopy, imaging and material characterization and serves as a scientific liaison between Gateway Analytical and their customers, as well as academic and industrial collaborators.
Posted in Authors, Blog | Tagged analytical testing, controlled release, hyperspectral imaging, Ingredient-Specific Particle Sizing, method development, method validation, microscopy, Nasal Drug Products, Nasal suspension PSD, oral dosage, pharmaceutical formulation, Raman, Raman chemical imaging, solid dispersions, spectroscopy
Assessment of Drugs and Carrier PSD in a Commercial Combinational Dry Powder Inhaler Post Multistage Cascade Impaction Analysis by Raman Imaging
By Oksana Olkhovyk on December 7, 2012
Presented at: Drug Delivery to the Lung 23 Authors: O Olkhovyk 1, R Priore 1, C Vernall 2, R Price 2 and J Shur 2 1.Gateway Analytical, 2.University of Bath Release Date: Wed., December 5, 2012 Authored by scientists at Gateway Analytical and University of Bath, this poster takes a look at how Raman Chemical [...]
Posted in Blog, Pharmaceutical, Poster Presentations | Tagged analytical testing, aqueous suspension formulations, Dry Powder Inhalers, Ingredient-Specific Particle Sizing, Nasal Drug Products, pharmaceutical, pharmaceutical formulation, Raman chemical imaging