Description

Specification of Drug Substances and Products: Development and Validation of Analytical Methods is a comprehensive and critical analysis of the requirements and approaches to setting specifications for new pharmaceutical products, with an emphasis on phase-appropriate development and validation of analytical methods. This book is intended as more than a review of new regional guidelines, existing regulatory guidance, and industry practices. It provides a hands-on guide to understanding and applying these in practice. The authors discuss critical issues, novel approaches, and future directions while also providing insight into how International Guidelines were developed and the rationale behind them.

Key Features

  • Guide to industry best practices of analytical methodologies used in the specification of new drug substances and products (e.g. DOE, QbD)
  • Critical assessment of the application of ICH guidelines on method validation and specification setting, written by experts involved in the development and application of the guidelines to aid understanding of requirements and what is expected by regulatory authorities
  • Direct applicability to the day-to-day activities in drug development and the potential to increase productivity

Readership

For undergraduate pharmacy students and chemistry students; postgraduate students and faculty in analytical chemistry, pharmaceutical chemistry, pharmaceutical analysis, pharmaceutics and medicinal chemistry; analytical scientists in government, pharmaceutical industry and biotechnology industry and regulatory agencies.

Table of Contents

Part One: Basic Concepts and Definitions

  1. Introduction
  2. General Principles and Regulatory Considerations: Specifications
  3. Application of Quality by Design (QbD) to the Development and Validation of Analytical Methods
  4. General Principles and Regulatory Considerations: Method Validation
  5. Part Two: Universal Tests

  6. Description and Identification
  7. Assay, and Impurities
  8. Residual Solvents
  9. Inorganic Impurities (Heavy Metals)
  10. Part Three: Specific Tests: Drug Substances

  11. Solid-State Characterization
  12. Chiral Methods
  13. Water Determination
  14. Part Four: Specific Tests: Drug Products

  15. Dissolution and Disintegration
  16. Extractables and Leachables
  17. Potency Assays for Biomolecules
  18. Host Cell Protein Assays
  19. Part Five: Pharmacopeial Methods

  20. Pharmacopeial Methods and Tests
  21. Part Six: Microbial Methods

  22. Sterile and Non-Sterile Products
  23. Part Seven: Biological Fluids

  24. Biological Fluids

Details

No. of pages:
390
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2013
Published:
Imprint:
Elsevier
Electronic ISBN:
9780080983431
Print ISBN:
9780080983509
Print ISBN:
9780081013137

About the authors

Christopher M. Riley

President of Riley and Rabel Consulting Services. Former Vice President of Analytical R&D at DuPont Pharmaceutical Company, and Vice President of ChemPharm at ALZA (a division of Johnson and Johnson) as well as a member of the ICH Expert Working Group on Impurities.

Thomas W. Rosanske

Director of Business Development at Acceleration Laboratory Services, Incorporated. He has previously held scientific and senior management positions at The Upjohn Company, Marion Laboratories, Marion Merrell Dow, Hoechst Marion Roussel, Quintiles, Eli Lilly, Beckloff Associates, and PPD. He currently serves on a Small Molecule USP Expert Committee.

Shelley R. Rabel Riley

Assistant Professor of Chemistry in the Department of Natural Sciences at Northwest Missouri State University, as well as Vice-President of Riley and Rabel Consulting Services. She has previously held Principal Scientist positions at DuPont Pharmaceutical Company and ALZA (a division of Johnson and Johnson), and served as Director of Small Molecule Pharmaceutics at Amgen.

Reviews

"...a valuable addition to a pharmaceutical scientists’ library….relevant and of interest to various “stake-holders” in the drug development arena, including chemists, analysts, and programme managers. I can recommend it."--Organic Process Research & Development Journal, Sep-14

"Its main role is to explain how to meet the most recent International Conference on Harmonization guidelines for drug development. The book is organized to offer a critical and comprehensive account of the approaches used to identify the key determinants of quality production that affect the safety, effectiveness, and marketability of a drug."--ProtoView.com, April 2014