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Identifying Bacterial Contamination in FlowCam Samples
One of the main values of using flow imaging microscopy (FIM) when analyzing pharmaceuticals is the method's sensitivity to transparent particles. …
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Meeting USP Standards for Subvisible Particulate Matter with FlowCam LO
Assessing subvisible particle content is a required quality control step for biotherapeutics and other parenteral drug products. The United States …
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Optimizing Your FlowCam Context Settings: New Research Available
Optimizing FlowCam context settings and instrument parameters used during particle analysis is an important step in developing a protocol for …
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Learning Opportunities Abound at AAPS 2023 PharmSci 360
Beginning October 22nd, the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) will welcome attendees to PharmSci 360 - an annual gathering of …
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Flow Imaging Microscopy for Subvisible Particle Analysis: A Webinar
Effective strategies for monitoring particles in biotherapeutics are critical to meet regulatory requirements like USP <788> and mitigate the …
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Analyzing Subvisible Particles in Protein and Cell & Gene Therapies
All types of biotherapeutics ranging from protein therapies to cell and gene therapies contain particles. While the types of particles can vary …
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Orthogonal & Complementary Techniques: An Introductory Webinar
A central challenge with particle analysis in biotherapeutics is the wide size range of particles that may be present. Particles in these samples can …
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USP Webinar Series: All the Particulars on Particles
Monitoring particles in biotherapeutics during manufacturing is critical to ensure product quality and to meet regulatory requirements on particle …
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What Does "Orthogonal Method" Mean for Particle Analysis?
Comprehensive characterization of biotherapeutics is often challenging given their complexity. In many cases, singular analytical methods cannot …
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Top FlowCam Studies for Biopharmaceuticals
Flow Imaging Microscopy (FIM) has emerged as an essential tool and an increasingly common approach in analytical labs for the quantification and …
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Preventing Embolism from Medical Implants by Using FlowCam Imaging Particle Analysis
In a recent paper from Rostock University Medical Center, authors Anja Kurzhals et al. summarize a study they performed to determine the relevant …
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New Applications for FlowCam in Biotherapeutic Development
Many new types of biotherapeutic Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) such as viruses, nanomedicines including virus-like particles and lipid …
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