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Analytical Chemistry

Seamless development and transfer of analytical methods

All analytical labs are not created equal. Here is what you can expect when you work with IAS.

  • Personalized, collaborative approach to method development
  • The collective expertise of our scientific team to solve your project challenges
  • Stage and budget-appropriate methods that bridge your research to product development
HPLC

HPLC

Absorbance and Flouorescence

Absorbance & Fluorescence

Mass Spectrometry

Mass Spectrometry

Release and Stability Testing of Non-commercial Products

Uncompromising Standards

We offer GMP-compliant services to support release and stability of clinical API and drug product. Our systems are designed to meet the most rigorous standards for quality.

IAS scientists will develop and validate analytical methods that perform based on their intended purpose while our QA staff ensures this work complies with both internal and regulatory requirements. This two-pronged approach ensures the integrity of your data and the fitness of systems used to generate it.

Nonclinical Dose Formulation Analysis (NCDFA)

It’s Seamless

Established procedures for NCDFA are waiting for you in our lab. Our approach to NCDFA method validation and sample analysis is specifically designed to be consistent with the principles of GLP.

Physicochemical Profiling

The early characterization of lead compounds facilitates selection of a commercially viable drug candidate. IAS is here to assist these efforts by supporting the following studies:

  • Thermodynamic and kinetic solubility studies
  • pH solubility and stability studies

Assay Development Services

We thrive on discovering fit-for-purpose solutions for an array of client requests. By harnessing the power of our instruments and the expertise of our scientific team we are able to deliver custom assays to meet client needs in the following areas:

Biomarker Analysis
Analysis of client-processed samples
  • Cell-based assays
  • In-vitro ADME studies
Methods to Support Controlled Release and Interaction Studies
  • Medical devices
  • Nano-particles
  • Drug delivery systems
  • Polymers

Ask about solutions for custom-methods

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