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Control the effects caused by noise parameter fluctuations to improve pharmaceutical process robustness: A case study of design space development for an ethanol precipitation process

Journal name:SEP PURIF TECHNOL.
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Literature Url: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1383586614003001
Date publication:2014 Aug.20.



?Control the effects caused by noise parameter fluctuations to improve pharmaceutical process robustness: A case study of design space development for an ethanol precipitation process

Xingchu Gong, Yao Li, Zhengtai Guo, Haibin Qu, 

Abstract

To provide a new method to develop a design space to improve the robustness of drug manufacturing processes based on the control of noise parameter influences, the ethanol precipitation process of Danhong injection was investigated as a sample. Water content in the concentrated extract (WCCE), the concentration of ethanol (CEA), and the amount of ethanol added (AEA) are three adjustable parameters. The effects of refrigeration temperature (RT) was investigated on three levels for simulating its fluctuations. The models between parameters and process critical quality attributes (CQAs) were obtained using a simplified central composite design with determination coefficients more than 0.84. The decrease of RT led to lower active ingredient recoveries and higher DMR. The increase of CEA and the decrease of WCCE caused more precipitation. The decrease of CEA or AEA resulted in higher active ingredient recoveries. The design space was calculated using an 

Salvianolic acid B(SaB) was obtained from Chengdu Biopurify Phytochemicals Ltd. (Sichuan, China).

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