Lets you target the specific information you need quickly and easily, so you can stay in the lab and out of the library. This invaluable database, also available on CD-ROM, gives you fast, hands-on access to thousands of abstracts from the current literature on HPLC methods for pharmaceutical analysis. Fully augmenting the first volume of HPLC Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis, which was published in 1997, Volumes 2 through 4 now complete this comprehensive library, incorporating HPLC methods for the analysis of most pharmaceutical compounds. A-to-Z coverage of more than 1,100 compounds is provided along with new references to the 160 compounds listed in the first volume, with the CD-ROM also combining the rapidly growing technique of capillary electrophoresis. Detailed, precise information lets you replicate methods without referring to original articles as well as customize methods for specific needs.
Features of Volume 4 include:HPLC methods for 523 compounds, ranging from paclitaxel to zuclopenthixol Methods for drugs in biological fluids such as blood or urine as well as for bulk and formulated drugsName and structure of each target compound as well as molecular weight and formula, CAS registry numbers, and Merck index numberExperimental conditions for each method, including sample preparation, analytical matrix, HPLC variables, and other substances analyzed
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GEORGE LUNN, PhD, a consultant and scientific writer, currently works as a review chemist for the Food and Drug Administration in Gaithersburg, Maryland. Dr. Lunn is coauthor of Handbook of Derivatization Reactions for HPLC and Destruction of Hazardous Chemicals in the Laboratory (two editions), and the author of Capillary Electrophoresis Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis all available from Wiley.