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The Impurities Series

The path to conquering impurities

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Targeted LC/MS based assessment of Extractables & Leachables in pharma

Recent trends & regulatory developments in Mutagenic/Nitrosamine impurities analysis

Address common workflow challenges during Nitrosmaines analysis

Pharma Thought Leader Summit

Access the webinar at your convenience

What did the webinar cover:

  • Analytical methodology and experimental design to screen, identify and quantify E&Ls in Pharma/Biopharma sources
  • Understanding regulatory guidelines and standards for at-risk assessment
  • Use of statistical software tools, MS databases, and libraries for data analysis

Date: 15 July 2022
Time: 11:00 am - 12:15 pm (IST)

What will be discussed:

  • Identify frequent bottlenecks encountered during nitrosamines analysis
  • Solutions to your most common challenges and pain points
  • Practical learning through a live method demo of nitrosamine analysis workflow

Date: 5 August 2022
Time: 11:00 am - 12:15 pm (IST)

What will be discussed:

  • Network and connect with your industry peers
  • Gather key insights and perspectives from prominent pharma industry leaders
  • Resolve your unanswered queries related to impurities analysis

Date: 24 June 2022
Time: 11:00 am - 12:15 pm (IST)

What will be discussed:

  • Latest regulatory developments for detection and quantification of mutagenic impurities in APIs and drug products
  • Learn about newer classes of drugs and mutagenic impurities being monitored by regulatory agencies
  • Simplify understanding of current analytical guidelines published by regulatory bodies like USFDA & EMA

Impurities Series | Part 1

Why is extractables and leachables analysis important?​

Drug containers are meant to protect the drug from environmental contaminants. Also, as commercial biopharmaceutical manufacturing continues to increase, smaller batch size and ambient processing conditions have led to a rapid increase in single-use systems (SUS) and SUS components. However, they themselves become a source of contamination. E&Ls may be toxic or may interact with drug products, causing potential danger to patients. Product recalls due to contamination by E&Ls have a significant impact on both patients and manufacturers.

The ability to perform accurate, sensitive qualitative and quantitative analysis of extractables and leachables is an essential part of pharmaceutical manufacturing and product testing.

E&L analysis by LC/MS using both targeted and untargeted workflows is employed for screening and confirmation of known unknowns.

Extractables & Leachables Resource Kit

On-demand webinar - Targeted LC/MS based assessment of Extractables & Leachables in pharma

Video: See how Jordi Labs addresses the challenges of accurate determination of trace unknowns in extractables and leachables (E&L) analysis (Watch Video).

Webinar Details

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Targeted LC/MS-Based Assessment of Extractables and Leachables in Pharma

Speaker: Dr. David Weil
Global Technical Leader Agilent Extractables and Leachables Analysis Project


Impurities Series | Part 2

How is the landscape evolving in nitrosamines/mutagenic impurities analysis?

In 2018, several ARB-class drug products were recalled due to the presence of unacceptable levels of mutagenic nitrosamine impurities. Since then, more classes of drugs have been added to the list, newer impurities are being monitored, and regulatory limits for identification and quantification are going down.

Drug manufacturing processes are being evaluated to identify and control the source of contamination in APIs and drug products.

Understanding of this evolving regulatory landscape has become critical for confident analysis and release of the drug product.

Nitrosamines Trends and Regulations Resource Kit

Webinar Details

Date: 24 June 2022
Time: 11:00 am - 12:15 pm (IST)

Recent Trends & Regulatory Developments in Mutagenic/Nitrosamine Impurities Analysis

Speaker: Chander Mani
Application Specialist, Agilent Technologies, extensive research on nitrosamine applications


Impurities Series | Part 3

What is your most common challenge with your nitrosamines workflow?

From method development to method transfer to QC, you may face certain analytical challenges and bottlenecks during Nitrosamines or Mutagenic Impurities analysis. These challenges can reduce confidence in your results and hamper workflow efficiency.

We would like to address and resolve these challenges. Please vote your most common pain-point faced during Nitrosamines workflow. The webinar will be based on your votes and your challenges.​

Please select at least one option

Common Challenges Resource Kit

Webinar Details

Date: 15 July 2022
Time: 11:00 am - 12:15 pm (IST)

Address Common Workflow Challenges During Nitrosamines Analysis

Speaker: Chidella-Kartheek Srinivas
Technical and Application Support Specialist, Agilent Technologies, specializes in support for genotoxic impurity applications


Impurities Series | Part 4

Panel discussion with a who’s who of the pharma industry

Thought leaders are pioneers of their industry and bring valuable insights and knowledge from their rich and varied experience. This summit brings together a panel of pharma industry experts and forerunners of pharma industry to share their wisdom and engage in a stimulating discussion.

The panel discussion will address some of the key focus areas and opportunities in mutagenic impurities workflows and best practices being followed by pharma leaders.

Bookmark this page to stay updated as we announce the exciting panel board soon!

Webinar Details

Date: 5 August 2022
Time: 11:00 am - 12:15 pm (IST)

Pharma Thought Leader Summit​



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