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Fields & Applications Sample Preparation, Spectroscopy, Technology, Data Analysis, Pharma & Biopharma, Clinical, Metabolomics & Lipidomics

The big reveal: Workhorse + Innovation = more information (Part 1)

The big reveal: Workhorse + Innovation = more information (Part 1)

A concern raised by the rise in routine MRI screening within the healthcare industry is that the ability to detect abnormalities within the body may currently be running ahead of our understanding of their possible consequences, making it difficult to determine a sound course of action. Is analytical science advancing beyond current requirements?

In other areas the converse is true. Progress is too often hampered by our inability to gather the information needed to make advances. A topical example of this challenge is seen in the pharmaceutical industry where deformulation - the unpicking and rationalization of the performance of a reference labelled drug product - is an essential precursor to the development of a generic equivalent. The FDA has publicly acknowledged the difficulties in replicating complex drugs and has called for advances in analytical instrumentation to help.1

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