• What is Chromatography
  • Different separation modes
  • What is High Performance liquid chromatography
  • Components of a typical HPLC instrument
    • Column
    • Detectors
    • Pumps
    • Autosamplers
  • Understanding system suitability parameters
  • Importance of a blank and standards
  • Data Analysis
  • Maintaining Data Integrity

HPLC and its Applications

This GMP course is designed to explain the fundamental concepts of HPLC, a technique used to separate individual compounds in a mixture by passing a highly pressurized solvent containing the mixture through a column filled with a solid adsorbent material

What's inside

  • What is Chromatography
  • Different separation modes
  • What is High Performance liquid chromatography
  • Components of a typical HPLC instrument
    • Column
    • Detectors
    • Pumps
    • Autosamplers
  • Understanding system suitability parameters
  • Importance of a blank and standards
  • Data Analysis
  • Maintaining Data Integrity

Additional information

Who is it for

This course is designed as basic analytical training for all quality control personnel involved in analysis of drug substance, drug product, raw materials and in-process samples. It is also valuable for people in manufacturing and quality assurance, responsible for samples preparation and data review

Why it matters

In the pharmaceutical industry, HPLC is a ubiquitous process used to test the quality of intermediate and final products, It is also used to detect impurities or do identification test for raw materials. HPLC is fast and efficient, provides reproducible results, and can be adapted for different types of products easily by simple changes in column, detector, and methods