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Drug Formulation Camera

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Drug Formulation CameraThe FlowCam Nano from Fluid Imaging Technologies Inc. enables biopharmaceutical scientists to assess the colloidal stability of drug formulations to determine their resistance to aggregation over time.

Ideal for testing therapeutic protein formulations, lyophilized biologics and all injectable drugs, the FlowCam Nano is the first imaging flow microscope that automatically detects, images and characterizes both µm- and sub-µm-size particles in a fluid sample from 300 nm to 10 µm at the same time, allowing the aggregation or degradation of protein particles and additives to be tracked from manufacturing, storage and transport through drug delivery.

By understanding how the colloidal stability of different formulations compare, manufacturers are better able to balance efficacy, safety and shelf life to find the ideal formulation that remains stable throughout the process.


BioPhotonics
Apr 2018
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