Impurities in a therapeutic product are compounds that do not define their chemical significance. They are unwanted, so removal is necessary to achieve the desired product. Usually, impurities arise during manufacturing processes, degradation during storage conditions, contamination, etc. Impurities reduce efficiency and affect the safety of pharma products. Hence, to ensure efficient and safe medical products impurity profiling is conducted to detect and address the impurities.

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Global Pharma Tek is one of the preferred and trusted sources in the market. Our team researches the latest impurities required for both research and development and the production of pharma products.

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For safe and efficient therapeutical products, a quality check is very crucial. Impurities in pharma products can be fatal, necessitating their removal. Impurity profiling is in demand for detection. Global Pharma Tek finds the right sources that supply impurities like enantiomers, organic, inorganic, etc.

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We continuously research upcoming and in-demand impurities and list them down for our clients. Our sources are trusted, and the products are certified. Please check our available impurities and contact us with your requirements.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Which are impurities?

Impurities refer to chemical compounds that persist in a material, such as active pharmaceuticals (APIs) or drug product formulations that exist in small quantities, like lead, arsenic, iron chloride, and sulfate. These are the substances that are not intended therapeutic ingredients but appear during manufacturing or storage, Global Pharma Tek finds the right sources to supply impurities like enantiomers, organic, inorganic, etc.

What are the different types of impurities?

Inorganic impurities (reagents, ligands, and catalysts; other materials, e.g., filter aids, charcoal); organic impurities ( starting materials, by-products, intermediates, degradation products, reagents, ligands, and catalysts); soluble impurities, residual solvents, insoluble impurities, trace impurities, chemical impurities, physical impurities, biological impurities, and inorganic salts.

How are impurities formed?

Impurities are formed depending on the context, like contamination, incomplete purification, chemical reactions, environmental exposure, biological processes, etc. During production, impurities may be purposely, inevitably, accidentally, or inevitably added to the substances. The levels of impurities are described normally in relative terms.

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