Author(s): Dadgar D, Burnett PE, Choc MG, Gallicano K, Hooper JW
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Abstract Although some degree of consensus has been reached concerning the requirements for acceptable method validation, the procedures used to establish them vary significantly between laboratories. Also, issues arising from application of these requirements during validation and subsequent sample analysis need to be addressed. The purpose of this paper is to discuss application issues concerning prerequisites to method validation, and all validation criteria for evaluation of method reliability and overall performance. Other poorly addressed issues such as re-validation, cross-validation, partial sample volume, multicomponent analysis and reporting will also be discussed. Although many issues discussed are of a general nature, the scope of this presentation is primarily to address issues arising from the validation and routine application of chromatographic methods.
This article was published in J Pharm Biomed Anal
and referenced in Pharmaceutica Analytica Acta