Expanding the Application of the Tablet Processing Workstation to Support the Sample Preparation of Oral Suspensions

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Sample preparation is the most time-consuming part of the analytical method for powder for oral suspension (POS) assay, purity, and preservative analysis, as this involves multiple dilution and filtration steps. The Tablet Processing Workstation (TPW) was used to automate the sample preparation of a POS formulation. Although the TPW is typically used to automate the preparation of solid oral dosage forms and powders, it contains all of the necessary components to perform POS sample preparation. The TPW exhibited acceptable repeatability in testing 3 lots using 10 replicate preparations per lot. Acceptable linearity of the drug and preservative in the presence of excipients was demonstrated over the range corresponding to 50-150% of intent. Accuracy showed suitable recoveries for all points evaluated. TPW results were shown to correlate to results obtained with the manual method. The TPW method was used to prepare samples in support of manufacturing scale-up efforts. With the efficiencies gained using the TPW, it was possible to analyze a large number of samples generated during process development activities for the POS formulation with minimal human intervention. The extensive data enabled trending of the manufacturing development runs and helped to identify optimization strategies for the process. © 2011 Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening.

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Opio, A. M., Nickerson, B., Xue, G., Warzeka, J., & Norris, K. (2011). Expanding the Application of the Tablet Processing Workstation to Support the Sample Preparation of Oral Suspensions. Journal of Laboratory Automation, 16(3), 229–234. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jala.2011.02.001

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