Chemometrical analysis of fingerprints for the detection of counterfeit and falsified medicines

Last updated on 22-8-2019 by Anonymous (not verified)

Peer reviewed scientific article




Counterfeit medicines pose a major threat topublic health worldwide. These pharmaceuticals aremostly manufactured without respecting Good ManufacturingPractices. Moreover, they are not subjected to anyform of quality control, and therefore their safety, efficacy,and quality cannot be guaranteed. Extensive research oncounterfeit medicines has already been performed andpublished in literature. This review aims at providing anupdated overview of the use of fingerprints and subsequentmultivariate (chemometrical) data analysis in thefield of counterfeit medicine detection. Fingerprintingcould be…

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