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RotaChrom’s rCPC Platform Meets GMP Guidelines for Pharmaceuticals

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Published: Apr 24, 2023   
RotaChrom rCPC Platform

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RotaChrom has announced its rCPC platform conforms to current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) for the pharmaceutical industry, allowing the use of its rCPC purification and separation systems within cGMP-compliant laboratory and manufacturing environments.

“The GMP rCPC is a preparative purification platform that we specifically designed for the highly regulated pharmaceutical GMP environment,” says Andras Gaspar, PhD, chief product officer. 

“CPC enables you to research and produce APIs, macromolecules, nucleotides, botanical extracts and other compounds from the pilot- to industrial-scale.”

Designed for pilot-scale centrifugal partition chromatography (CPC) in laboratory environments, the rCPC platform accommodates both small and large batch sizes, operates continuously and is ideal for all types of research projects. This platform also functions as an at-line purification platform in conjunction with its industrial-scale purification unit, enabling orthogonal separation. A cost-effective purification solution, it delivers excellent throughput, purity, and yield for lab-scale separation applications.

To accommodate a wider range of chemical purification applications for rCPC, RotaChrom offers custom modifications, all while maintaining regulatory requirements. For more information, visit www.rotachrom.com.

This article has been republished from materials provided by RotaChrom. Note: material may have been edited for length and content. For further information, please contact the cited source.


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