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The occurrence of putative cognitive enhancing research peptides in seized pharmaceutical preparations: An incentive for controlling agencies to prepare for future encounters of the kind.

recommendation paper of the General European Official Medicines Control Laboratory (OMCL) network on the interpretation of screening results for unknown peptides by mass spectrometry, was also validated in ...

Comparative dissolution study on substandard and falsified antibiotics encountered in Belgium

Agency for Medicines and Health Products (FAMHP), were subjected to dissolution studies. The results indicated that 9 out of 19 illegal samples failed to meet the dissolution limits prescribed by the ...

Development and validation of chromatographic methods for screening and subsequent quantification of suspected illegal antimicrobial drugs encountered on the Belgian market.

2013. Besides the fact that falsification is a crime, the worldwide use of poor quality antimicrobials could result in treatment failures, stronger antimicrobial resistance and even the promotion of the ...

Falsification of biotechnology drugs: current dangers and/or future disasters?

antibodies), complexity (e.g., isoforms, glycosylations) and different synthesis techniques (chemical synthesis, recombinant expression, native protein isolation) result in a wide range of putative health risks. ...

API-WG Project: chemometric results for omeprazole

Publication Type: Scientific poster, presentation or proceeding Authors: Eric Deconinck Source: API-WG, EDQM, Issue EDQM, Strasbourg (2018) Keywords: API fingerprinting Health Topics:  Illegal medicines Médicaments illégaux Illegale geneesmiddelen Service ...

API-WG project: Chemometric Results: Atorvastatin

Publication Type: Scientific poster, presentation or proceeding Authors: Eric Deconinck Source: API-working group, EDQM, Issue EDQM, Strasbourg, France (2017) Keywords: API fingerprinting Chemometrics Health Topics:  Médicaments illégaux Illegal medicines ...

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