Application of Ion Chromatography in the Bio/Pharma Industry

| September 20, 2017

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An online survey was conducted by the Analytical Scientist (a Texere Publication) on behalf of Thermo Fisher Scientific. The intent was to learn more about the application of ion chromatography (IC) in the bio/pharmaceutical industry and the level of awareness and applicability of pharmacopeial monograph modernization. The qualified responses collected in the survey are the basis for the data shared in this infographic.

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These are unprecedented times. The world is mobbed by a contagion virus, putting people’s health at risk, threatening to destabilize economies. It has already put global healthcare systems under tremendous pressures, and managed to resist efforts to contain it. Even though coronaviruses are not new, this COVID-19 strain has created panic and forced us to be locked down in our homes sans any movement for weeks, if not months. Organizations are fighting an intense battle to keep their workforce safe, minimize risk, and ensure business continuity. For the Life Sciences industry, however, the challenge is even more significant. The whole world is looking at them to come up with a vaccine and a cure. But that is easier said than done. Bringing a new drug to market is an uphill battle and requires rigorous clinical trials. This process already has regulatory challenges. With the current lockdown situation, the Pharma community is grappled with the challenge of continuing some of the critical and time-sensitive in-flight trials so that their regulatory submission, registration, and market entry are not impacted. But all may not be lost. With the right technology solution, it is possible to turn the situation around rapidly.

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Roche Prepares to Launch COVID-19 Antibody Test System

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