Friday, 28 March 2014

MTS Recommends... Current Practices and Considerations for a Stability-Indicating Method in Pharmaceutical Analysis

Current Practices and Considerations for a Stability-Indicating Method in Pharmaceutical Analysis 

LCGC Europe

This article provides an overview of the requirements of a stability indicating method and discusses the process of SI method development and validation under three main steps: 
  1. Obtaining a suitable sample, 
  2. developing the method, including the separation technique and detector, and
  3. the final validation of the method. 
It includes a very useful literature review and thus the list of references should provide additional information on the topic.

If you would like more information on a practical approach to developing stability indicating methods then you may be interested in the MTS training course, 'How to Develop Stability Indicating HPLC Methods'. Upcoming dates include: 2nd & 3rd June in London and 8th & 9th December in Berlin.

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