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Quality By Design

Quality by Design (QbD) is a systematic approach to development that begins with the defined objectives and emphasizes science and quality risk management in order to achieve those goals. QbD ensures that the quality of the product is built into production processes from the outset, rather than being tested after development has already commenced.
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News and Press Releases

HATRIC-based identification of receptors for orphan ligands (small molecules)

HATRIC-LRC (Ligand Receptor Capture) enables now the identification of small molecule targets on the surface of living cells! Even primary cells!
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Challenges of Analytical Method Transfer in the Pharmaceutical Industry

RSSL

The development and validation of suitable analytical methods is a critical part of the overall drug-development life-cycle. For the majority of products, particularly those that are clinically successful, the transfer of the analytical method between laboratories will be required. This process is designed to verify that a given laboratory is capable of performing a test method for its intended purpose. This can be performed either internally (at the same company), or, with the on-going increasing trend in outsourcing, to an external Contract Research or Development organisation (CRO or CDO).
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Industry Events

SMi presents the 13th Conference on ADMET

9-10 July 2018, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London, UK

SMi is delighted to announce the 13th annual ADMET conference returning to London to explore the optimisation of ADMET modelling techniques, preclinical DMPK applications and development of biopharmaceuticals.
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