Dynamic Imaging Particle Analysis for Protein Therapeutics Guide
3 Mar 2017
Meritics present a downloadable ebook produced by Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc. entitled ‘The Ultimate Guide to Dynamic Imaging Particle Analysis for Protein Therapeutics: Discover a better way to characterize sub-visible particles in biopharmaceuticals’.
Dynamic imaging particle analysis, also called flow imaging, is increasingly being used in protein therapeutics, in line with FDA recommendations. The approach allows for a new understanding of formulations as properties such as particle size distribution, particle counts, particle shape and particle concentration are combined to fully characterise a sample. Valuable insights are now being gained on formulations, especially for those containing particles in the 2 to 10 micron range.
Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc. are a spin-off of the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences and they developed their patented FlowCam® instrument in 1999 for studying oceanic plankton.
It combines the benefits of digital imaging, flow cytometry and microscopy in the one instrument. This experience has placed them in an ideal position to produce this ebook on just how dynamic imaging particle analysis is helping revolutionise protein therapeutics.
With sections on the background of the method, including microscopy and volumetric particle analysis techniques, dynamic imaging particle analysis theory, data processing, sorting and filtering and new FDA recommendations, this ebook will become an essential guide for anybody considering employing dynamic imaging particle analysis.
Plus the ebook provides an important guide to the five main criteria you need to consider when exploring this approach.
Absolutely free, this valuable guide is available to download now from this website. Simply click on the guide link below.