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  • Data integrity Principle: ALCOA to ALCOA Plus

    May 12, 2021 by

    Advertisements ALCOA is a commonly used acronym for “attributable, legible, contemporaneous, original and accurate”. Data needs to be complete, consistent, enduring and available along with all other attributes mentioned in definition. ALCOA Plus includes all the attributes of ALCOA, plus an additional attributes “complete, consistent, enduring and available” as completeness, consistency, durability and availability is… Read more

  • Data Integrity in the Pharmaceutical Industry

    December 17, 2020 by

    Advertisements Data integrity is an important current issue for regulators around the world. The data integrity-related cGMP violations have led to several regulatory actions, including warning letters and import alerts. Data integrity is very important in pharmaceuticals to ensure that the final product meets all the requirements as per standard. Data integrity is defined as… Read more

  • Root Cause Analysis and Tools Used for RCA- Pharmaceuticals

    September 29, 2020 by

    Advertisements Root cause analysis is a methodology to find the primary cause of problem, by tracking back the actions which lead to the nonconformance(problem) and helps to solve the problem. Root cause analysis is used to identify the problem. What happened? why it happened? and then to determine, what improvements or changes are required to… Read more

  • Light intensity for Pharmaceutical Area

    September 22, 2020 by

    Advertisements Lighting at work is very important to the health and safety of everyone using the workplace. Poor lighting can affect the health of the people working in any industry causing headaches, eye strain, and migraine. Poor lighting can harm the business in the form of errors in work, absenteeism, and reduced staff efficiency and… Read more

  • IGIB uses mass spectrometer for coronavirus detection — Science Chronicle

    September 4, 2020 by

    Advertisements IGIB researchers have been able to detect novel coronavirus using mass spectrometer. The detection is based on the presence of two unique peptides of the virus. Sensitivity is 95% and specificity is 100% and takes less than 30 minutes from sample preparation to testing. Using mass spectrometer, researchers at the Delhi-based Institute of Genomics… Read more

  • Friability Testing

    August 31, 2020 by

    Friability (the condition of being Friable) testing is a methodology, that is used to see the physical strength of compressed and uncoated tablets upon exposure to mechanical shock and attrition. In simple words, what quantity of mechanical stress tablets will stand up to throughout their production, distribution, and handling process. Friability testing has become an accepted technology.

  • Early detection of cancer using a blood test

    August 26, 2020 by

    Advertisements Blood test is one of the simplest, yet most informative weapons in your doctor’s arsenal. A tiny needle prick and a few millilitres of blood can help doctors 1) evaluate how your body’s vital organs like heart, liver, kidneys and thyroid are functioning, 2) diagnose diseases such as diabetes, cancer, heart disease and communicable… Read more

  • A case of coronavirus reinfection in Hong Kong confirmed by genome sequencing

    August 25, 2020 by

    Advertisements Using genome sequencing, researchers at the University of Hong Kong have found a rare instance of reinfection with novel coronavirus for the second time, four-and-a-half months after the first infection. The first viral genome belongs to GISAID clade V, while the second genome belongs to GISAID clade G. Using genome sequencing, researchers at the… Read more

  • Children have more coronavirus during early infection phase than hospitalised adults

    August 22, 2020 by

    Advertisements Researchers found that children infected with novel coronavirus have viral load comparable with adults admitted to ICUs. But during the early infection phase, children can have significantly higher viral load than COVID-19 adults in ICUs. Viral load decreases over time in children. Age of children did not have any impact on viral load. Researchers… Read more

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