Method Development ensures a procedure is designed for determining an analyte in a specific sample. This includes choosing the most appropriate sample preparation method and analytical technique. Subsequent method validation, in accordance with ICH guidelines, ensures that the method is specific, linear over the desired range, accurate, precise and robust. This ensures that it is fit for purpose and can be routinely reproduced in a laboratory setting by any suitably trained analyst.
Our wealth of experience in quality control analysis, including practical working knowledge and expert understanding of the techniques employed lends itself directly to the successful development of robust methods for routine quality control analysis.
We have many years of method development and validation experience particularly in techniques such as HPLC, GC, IC, AAS and ICP.
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