Using GPC/SEC for excipient characterization

The properties of polymeric excipients can directly affect the clinical efficacy, safety, and quality of a finished pharmaceutical product and are routinely identified as critical quality attributes (CQAs). This article looks at how gel permeation/size exclusion chromatography (GPC/SEC) can be applied to measure characteristics such as molecular weight, distribution, structure, and degree of branching.


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