Date d'enregistrement: October 14 2010

Duration: 59 minutes 49 seconds

This webinar discusses some of the reasons why the use of dynamic imaging grew rapidly in small molecule pharmaceutical laboratories and the parameters which must be considered in the selection of a dynamic imaging method.
Table of contents
1. Dynamic imaging of biotherapeutic suspensions
01:37
2. Subvisible Particles in Biotherapeutic Suspensions
00:05
3. Outline
01:39
4. The Need for New Measurement Technology
02:10
5. Size Exlusion Chromatography
02:24
6. Dynamic Light Scattering Measurements
00:57
7. Imaging Measurements
01:32
8. Particles in the Microns Range…
01:11
9. Dynamic Imaging with the FPIA-3000
00:00
10. FPIA-3000
00:35
11. The Unique Challenge of Protein Aggregates
02:12
12. Purpose of the Sheath Flow –in Pictures
03:29
13. Image Quality
02:04
14. Why Use Sheath Flow?
00:40
15. Dynamic Imaging: Advantages and Limitations
02:36
16. Example 1: Commercial Suspensions
01:26
17. Effect of the Method of Injection on Count
03:18
18. Morphology as an Identification Tool
00:41
19. Morphology as an Identification Tool
01:35
20. Discriminating Power
01:23
21. Discriminating Power
01:51
22. Morphology… if you can see the particle!
02:54
23. Example 2: Investigating the Stability of Suspensions
02:09
24. What Types of Particles Are Formed?
01:40
25. Measuring High-Concentration Suspensions
01:07
26. Protein Particulates or Not?
01:29
27. Dynamic imaging of BSA +Urea
00:54
28. Example 3: Static Imaging + Chemical Identification
02:20
29. Looking Similar Doesn’t Mean They Are the Same…
01:46
30. Example of Particle and Chemical Signature
00:27
31. Conclusions
02:21
32. Strategies to Increase Particle Detection and Identify
02:28
33. Contact information
05:24
34. Contact Information
01:25