Portable Raman Spectroscopy For Pharmaceutical Counterfeit Detection
Portable Raman Spectroscopy for Pharmaceutical Counterfeit Detection
One of the effective ways to authenticate a pharmaceutical product is by using Raman spectroscopy to obtain a unique spectral ‘fingerprint’ of the authentic drug product itself that can be used to evaluate a suspect sample by spectral comparison to determine if it is indeed a counterfeit. This whitepaper is co-authored by speaker Ravi Kalyanaraman of Bristol-Myers Squibb.
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