PEFTEC 2019 - Abstract

Abstract Title: Optimum evaluation of health supplements and utility analysis by GC-MS
Abstract Type: Oral
Session Choice: Analytical Techniques: Elemental Analysis and Speciation
Presenter Name: Prof Mallikarjuna Murthy
Co-authors:Mr Jaipal Saroha
Company/Organisation: Kurukshetra University
Country: India

Abstract Information :

From the reality of the situation, without analytical tools sample generation and characterization the advantages would not be fully realized. Thus, the relationship between sample generation and analysis is a major issue in the pharmaceutical industry. Many recent industry initiatives feature the integration of sample generating and analysis activities, resulting in new paradigms for the discovery, evaluation, and development of pharmaceuticals. The impact on the overall drug development cycle has been significant, creating unprecedented opportunities for growth and focus, particularly in the analytical sciences. A considerable growth in analysis methods resulted in the pharmaceutical industry to harvest discovery and manufacture development opportunities. Integration of instrumentation with information networks is a popular approach for combining high throughput analytical information generation with drug-candidate screening. As a result, a wide variety of analysis-based applications like utility analysis have been implemented.

GC-MS (Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry) is most powerful analytical technique to analyze various chemical, pharmaceutical and biological samples to find the composition of even nano-materials even below ppb concentration levels as a function of temperature along their retention times. In our study, Optimum Evaluation of commercially available Health Supplements in the market are taken and the Utility Analysis of the constituents present therein are quantitatively analyzed.