April 13, 2021, 02:44:20 AM
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Offline RedTomas

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Hello, my simple request is for a textbook or book recomendations about analitical chemistry, specifically in biotechnology pharma.

I started working in biotech company and realised that I'm in need to brush up on alot of things. My work doesn't really suffer from my lack of knowledge, yet I feel inadequate following SOP's like recipes. When problems arise I can't help but feel like a lost child. Some of those problems stem from the management of the company, yet at the same time I think it's just a lie I and others working there tell us. So in order to counter that some guidance by standing on shoulders of giants would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.

Offline marquis

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Re: Decent books about analitical chemistry in pharmaceutical industry
« Reply #1 on: April 04, 2021, 07:18:54 PM »
Well, that kind of literature is not very exciting.  But how about the current USP or appropriate ISO ?  The company should have a copy there or at least computer access.  If they dont, that says something else about the company.

Offline shchavel

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Hello, RedThomas!
Start with:
1)  Christian's Analytical Chemistry for science background.
2) Some pharmacopiea (Eur.Ph., USP, JP whatever your company use) for more practical background.
3) Some gudelines or another GMP-based documents (depends of your country - all of them free and can be find in google) for regulatory background.

Good luck! It's really intresting to find mistakes in SOP's)

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