Rapid Material Identification and Characterization

Davies, Brian
October 2001
BioPharm International;Oct2001, Vol. 14 Issue 10
Trade Publication
Focuses on quality assurance (QA) approaches in the pharmaceutical industry. Material and product quality measurements using QA approaches; Range of QA tools available for the industry.


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