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by Rebecca Stauffer, PDA | Apr 04, 2017

The Latest Industry Research Comprises Half of the Most Popular Journal Articles for February

Below are the top ten articles from the PDA Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology for the month of February.

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  1. PQRI Special Section – Research: Dennis Jenke, et al., “Extractables Characterization for Five Materials of Construction Representative of Packaging Systems Used for Parenteral and Ophthalmic Drug Products” September/October 2013
  2. PDA Paper: Stan Bukofzer, et al., “Industry Perspective on the Medical Risk of Visible Particles in Injectable Drug Products” January/February 2015
  3. PQRI Special Section – Review: Diane Paskiet, et al., “The Product Quality Research Institute (PQRI) Leachables and Extractables Working Group Initiatives for Parenteral and Ophthalmic Drug Product (PODP)” September/October 2013
  4. Research: Marcel Goverde, Julian Willrodt, and Alexandra Staerk, “Evaluation of the Recovery Rate of Different Swabs for Microbial Environmental Monitoring” January/February 2017
  5. Research: Roland Guinet, et al., “Multicenter Study on Incubation Conditions for Environmental Monitoring and Aseptic Process Simulation” January/February 2017
  6. Review: Stephen E. Langille, “Particulate Matter in Injectable Drug Products” May/June 2013
  7. Research: Steven J. Novick, Wei Zhao, and Harry Yang, “Setting Alert and Action Limits in the Presence of Significant Amount of Censoring in Data” January/February 2017
  8. Research: Tobias Werk, et al., “A Method To Determine the Kinetics of Solute Mixing in Liquid/Liquid Formulation Dual-Chamber Syringes” January/February 2017
  9. Research: Bryan Lei Yu, et al., “Kinetic Modeling of the Release of Ethylene Oxide from Sterilized Plastic Containers and its Interaction with Monoclonal Antibodies” January/February 2017
  10. Technology/Application: Kiyoshi Fujimori, Hans Lee, Joseph Phillips, and Yasser Nashed-Samuel, “Development of Conductivity Method as an Alternative to Titration for Hydrolytic Resistance Testing Used for Evaluation of Glass Vials Used in Pharmaceutical Industry” January/February 2017