LC-MS/MS Bioanalytical Method for Formoterol improved
As part of its increasing experience in the development and validation of bioanalytical methods for respiratory drugs Anapharm Europe has improved the limit of quantification for analysis of Formoterol achieving a LLOQ of 0.2 pg/mL in Human Plasma.
Challenges in the Development of a Method for the Detection of Anti-PEGylated-aptamer Antibodies
Immunogenicity assays capable of properly determining the presence of anti-drug antibodies (ADA) and anti-PEG antibodies have been recognized of great importance due to the fact that pre-existing anti-PEG antibodies could have an impact on the efficacy of a drug coupled to polyethylene glycol (PEG).READ MORE
Challenges in the determination of two analytes with different physicochemical properties, Tapinarof and its main metabolite, Tapinarof Sulfate, at the low picogram level
The challenge of developing a new bioanalytical method considerably increases when two or more metabolites need to be simultaneously analysed. Their extraction and chromatography optimization can be further complicated if their physicochemical properties vary significantly. Method development may be even more difficult when low limits of quantitation are required, for instance, when evaluating the systemic adsorption of topical drugs.READ MORE
Anapharm Bioanalytics Brazilian ANVISA Certificate Renewal
Anapharm Bioanalytics is proud to announce that it has recently renewed its ANVISA (Brazil) certification which is now valid until February 26th, 2024.READ MORE