Analytical Quality by Design (AQbD) will start to play a more predominant role in the analytical field. Implementing AQbD in your workflows can have several advantages, for example it can make post-approval changes of an analytical method less complicated and time consuming. An AQbD flow is built-up of different parts, the most important being the Analytical Target Profile (ATP), which defines the requirements of the Critical Quality Attribute (CQA); from there an analytical technique can be selected. Furthermore, the use of a Design of Experiment (DoE) approach is increasing in popularity in analytical method development, as it enables fast and efficient development of robust methods.
In this SelectScience® webinar, Dr. Mark Eggink, Principle Scientist, Byondis, presents the analysis of an ATP, the AQbD flow, and the benefits of using DoE software in combination with separation software during method development of a size exclusion chromatography method for a mAb/ADC.
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