Fair | Strasbourg, France
Come and visit the EDQM, and learn more about the 10th Edition of the European Pharmacopoeia, our latest publications and reference standards, what new products will be coming out in the months ahead and how the EDQM has contributed to the fight against COVID-19.
Workshop | 09 March 2021 to 10 March 2021 | Strasbourg, France
The EDQM, in collaboration with the EPAA and JRC, is organising two webinar sessions entitled ‘Novel in vitro model as alternative to in vivo toxoid vaccines testing: Clostridium septicum vaccine as a proof of concept’.
Webinar | 07 April 2021 | Live webinar
Since the discovery of nitrosamines in sartan medicines, the EDQM and the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.) Commission have taken action to address their presence in active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs). In this webinar, the EDQM will provide users and stakeholders with an update and detailed overview of the approaches for CEPs and the Ph. Eur. strategy with regard to controlling these impurities. There will be a presentation on the recently revised Ph. Eur. monographs for the five sartans with a tetrazole ring, to explain the changes made with a view to helping users in appropriately applying the texts.
Webinar | 08 April 2021 | Online
For bacterial endotoxin testing, the world has relied for many years on a single source of lysate, the horseshoe crab. A significant change took place for the users of the European Pharmacopoeia on 1 January 2021 with the implementation of a new general chapter, 2.6.32. Test for bacterial endotoxins using recombinant factor C. This chapter, which uses a synthetic reagent, marks a significant step towards alleviating the need for animal resources when performing tests described in compendia.
Webinar | 06 May 2021 | Live webinar
Impurity control is an essential aspect of quality control in individual monographs of the European Pharmacopoeia (Ph. Eur.). This webinar will explain the Ph. Eur. policy on impurity control and will cover all types of impurities, whether they are organic, inorganic (including elemental impurities), solvents or DNA-reactive impurities such as N-nitrosamines.