Chemical Purity and Its Impact on Manufacturing

Chemical Purity and Its Impact on Manufacturing

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Since its inception, chemical science has evolved from back-room apothecaries and botanicals to a full-fledged industry employing nearly 810,000 people, including in the pharmaceutical sector. As humans have gotten a better handle on the science of medicine, manufacturing standards have had to rise to keep up with them. When consumers take pills for medicinal purposes, it’s with the implicit understanding and trust that they’re not only getting what they’re told they’ve gotten, but that every step of the process has ensured a rigorous standard of chemical purity testing of the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (APIs). Over the years, governing bodies such as the WHO have created General Manufacturing Practices (GMP) for APIs. The API GMP allow every step of the process from receipt of material to distribution to undergo the same GMP quality control.

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3 Signs And Symptoms That Your Fume Hood Needs To Be Replaced

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The U.S. alone possesses over 45% of the global pharmaceutical market. We are able to exercise such power and control thanks to our dedication to precision; our GMP quality control and clean room standards allow us to ensure that our pharmaceutical products are safe to use and of excellent quality. Though there are many factors that go into this assurance, none is more important than the state of a laboratory’s fume hood.

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