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Allen Kesselring, Ph.D. of EAG Life Sciences Featured in Special Report on Extractables and Leachables
Date:12/13/2012

bsp;“Quantitative Determination of Extractables and Leachables within a Product Container Closure System by GC/MS”, a poster presentation by Dr. Kesselring, 2012 American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists (AAPS) and case study of an E&L investigation.
  •     “Extractables and Leachables for Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices” This white paper defines extractables and leachables and outlines an E&L study plan that is scientifically relevant and compliant within GXP regulatory systems.
  • About Allen Kesselring, Ph.D.
    Allen Kesselring, Ph.D. serves as the Scientific Director of EAG Life Sciences. He maintains the scientific excellence, quality and timeliness of the contract research organization’s projects. In this role he serves as technical client liaison regarding GXP compliance. He may be reached for further questions at info.lifesciences@eaglabs.com or 800-659-6059.

    About EAG Life Sciences
    EAG Life Sciences is a contract laboratory with over 50 years of experience supporting pharmaceutical and medical device companies for their specialized research and development needs. Key services include analytical chemistry, method development and method validation, characterization, extractables and leachables studies, quality control testing and stability services. Clients receive high level of 1:1 technical interaction and responsiveness that is applied to both complex and routine studies. EAG Life Sciences is a division of Evans Analytical Group, global company providing technical services rooted in science. http://www.eaglabs.com.

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