Using Automated Light Scattering Measurements to Support Predictive Protein Formulation Screening

High concentration, low-viscosity, stable therapeutic protein formulations are needed to enable low-volume parental administration. This article explores how a fully automated light scattering system supports the rapid screening of small volume samples in well plates for the rapid identification of suitable biologics during early phase development.

For suspension-based Personal Care products, particle size, zeta potential and rheology are all important characteristics. This article describes how manipulating these properties enable the formulation of products to meet performance targets.


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