Ultra-fast Liquid Chromatographic Determination of Potential Genotoxic Impurities in Dasatinib Drug Substance at Trace Level

This book covers key extents of Pharmaceutical Research. The contributions for one authors involve endometrial cancer, Histopathology, PI3K/AKT/mTOR road, p53 and p16 change, Wnt/β-catenin signaling road, HER2/neu change, Liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry, tucatinib, degradation pathways, supersaturable SNEDDS, sleet inhibitors, solubility, cancer, nanodrugs, nanotechnology, prior pelvic tilt, reduced back pain, therapeutic plants, phytomedicine, antimicrobial fighting, bacterial contaminations, bioenhancers, CYP enzyme inhibitors, hindrance of P-gp outflow transporter, piperine, naringin, foundation reflexology, hemodialysis, anxiety, hemodialysis sufferers, fruit seed extracts, uncontaminated exercise, antifungal, inflammatory bowel affliction, chemically inferred colitis, dextran sulfate sodium, trinitro benzene sulfonic acid, acetic acid-inferred colitis, oxazolone-induced colitis, indomethacin-persuaded colitis, and carrageenan-inferred colitis. This book contains differing matters suitable for juniors, scientists and academicians in the field of Pharmaceutical Research.

Author(s) Details:

Dr. Takashi Ikeno,
National Cancer Center Hospital East, Clinical Research Support Office, Japan.

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Keywords: Potential genotoxic impurities, dasatinib drug, ultra-fast LC, validation

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