Expert Insight: Complete solutions for nitrosamine analysis in different sartans and metformin drug formulations by LC-MS/MS

Join this expert webinar on Wednesday, November 11, to find out how to use LC-MS to assist nitrosamine risk assessment

28 Oct 2020

Jack Steed and Pankaj Partani
Jack Steed, Technical Marketing Specialist and Pankaj Partani, Ph.D., Application Support Manager at SCIEX.

One of the largest challenges facing the pharmaceutical industry in the coming years is the prevalence of nitrosamine impurities in various drug formulations and products. As this evolves, analytical techniques are necessary to quantitate these impurities within various matrices at challenging levels of sensitivity. 

In this webinar, Jack Steed and Pankaj Partani will showcase SCIEX’s solutions for nitrosamine testing using both nominal mass and high-resolution mass spectrometry. Various matrices including sartans and metformin will be covered as well as SCIEX’s solution for NDMA and DMF separation, now that it has been implicated by the FDA to potentially cause elevated analytical results.

Watch this webinar to learn more about:

  • Using LC-MS to assist nitrosamine risk assessments
  • Enhance analytical methods to get more information about your impurities
  • Decide on the most adequate LC-MS technology depending on the analytical need
  • Develop analytical methods in regulated environments
  • Separate and identify unexpected impurities in your samples

Who should attend?

PIs, lab heads, technicians, lab managers and researchers from departments concerned with: Impurities, toxicology, QA/QC, stability tests, drug impurity, analytical development, analytical chemistry, drug development R&D or chemical characterization

Certificate of attendance

All webinar participants can request a certificate of attendance, including a learning outcomes summary for continuing education purposes.

This webinar will run on Wednesday, November 11, at:

  • 10:00 GMT
  • 11:00 CET
  • 14:30 IST

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