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CPhI 2011: LGC Standards introduces new catalogue

21 Oct 2011
Tags:  Standards

LGC Standards launches new catalogue with pharmaceutical reference substances and impurities at world’s largest pharmaceutical industry exhibition

LGC Standards, Europe’s leading supplier of reference materials, has updated its extensive pharmaceutical reference substances and impurities catalogue, which now comprehensively lists over 9,250 products that support analytical testing, measurement and quality control of products across the pharmaceutical sector.
The new edition of the LGC Standards pharmaceutical reference substances and impurities catalogue will be available at CPhI, the world’s largest pharmaceutical industry exhibition held from 25 to 27 October in Frankfurt, Germany.

Reference materials are crucial to ensuring the reliability of analytical measurements and so ensuring that decisions are based on sound data. The new catalogue includes over 500 new products added since the last edition, covering;

  • Pharmaceutical impurities
  • European Pharmacopoeia reference materials
  • British Pharmacopoeia reference materials
  • International Pharmacopeia products
  • United States Pharmacopeia and National Formulary products.

LGC Standards provides products and services to improve measurement and quality control within the laboratory, encompassing over 100,000 products, including reference materials, pharmaceutical impurity reference standards, biological standards and reagents and services such as custom synthesis and proficiency testing.

Furthermore, LGC Standards actively supplies customised services to companies looking to outsource parts or the whole of the development chain for pharmaceutical reference standards. From sourcing to certification and packaging, and further down the line to storage and distribution, Global Top 10 Pharma companies and many others already seek the advice and experience of LGC Standards.

Visitors to CPhI 2011 are invited to visit LGC Standards at stand 31A49 in hall 3.1 to reserve copies of the updated pharmaceutical reference substances and impurities catalogue and learn more about the latest pharmaceutical products developed by LGC Standards. The catalogue can also be ordered via e-mail at pharma.de@lgcstandards.com. More information about CPhI 2011 can be found at www.cphi.com.