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HPLC Methods for Recently Approved Pharmaceuticals

ISBN: 978-0-471-71167-4
640 pages
May 2005
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An indispensable resource for busy researchers

Your time is valuable-too valuable to spend hunting through the technical literature in search of the right HPLC assay techniques for your projects. With HPLC Methods for Recently Approved Pharmaceuticals, you'll quickly identify and replicate the ideal procedures for your project needs, without having to refer to original source publications. More of your time can then be spent in the lab, not the library.

Covering the relevant world literature through 2003, this book picks up where Dr. Lunn's acclaimed HPLC Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis left off. It arms you with established HPLC assay techniques for hundreds of newly approved drugs, as well as drugs for which assay methods were only recently developed. Combining detailed descriptions of procedures with specially annotated references, this practical handbook gives you:
* HPLC methods for 390 commonly prescribed pharmaceutical compounds
* Various procedures for each drug listed together-making it easy to mix and match for customized approaches
* Methods for drugs in biological fluids and for bulk and formulated drugs
* Chemical structures, molecular weights and formulas, and CAS Registry Numbers
* Cross-references to The Merck Index
* Retention times of other drugs that can be assayed using the same methods
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Acknowledgements.

About This Book.

Abacavir.

Acarbose.

Acetyl sulfisoxazole.

Acrivastine.

Adapalene.

Adefovir dipivoxil.

Adrenocorticotropic hormone.

Afloqualone.

Alacepril.

Alclometasone 17,21-dipropionate.

Alitretinoin.

Allethrin.

Almotriptan.

Alosetron.

Amcinonide.

Aminolevulinic acid.

Amprenavir.

Anagrelide.

Anakinra.

Apraclonidine.

Aprepitant.

Aranidipine.

Arotinolol.

Arteether.

Articaine.

Asparaginase.

Atazanavir sulfate.

Atipamezole.

Atomoxetine hydrochloride.

Atorvastatin.

Atosiban.

Balofloxacin.

Bambermycins.

Befunolol.

Benzalkonium chloride.

Betaine.

Bethanechol chloride.

Bexarotene.

Biapenem.

Bimatoprost.

Bioresmethrin.

Bivalirudin.

Boldenone.

Bosentan.

β-Boswellic acid.

Brimonidine.

Bromfenac.

Brovincamine.

Bucillamine.

Budipine.

Bulaquine.

Butacaine.

Butamben.

Butoconazole.

Butyl flufenamate.

Cambendazole.

Candesartan cilexetil.

Capecitabine.

Casanthranol.

Caspofungin.

Castor oil.

Cefbuperazone.

Cefditoren.

Cefoselis.

Cefozopran.

Cefuzonam.

Celecoxib.

Cerivastatin.

Cetrorelix.

Cetyl alcohol.

Cevimeline hydrochloride.

Chlorobutanol.

Chloroprocaine.

Chorionic gonadotropin.

Cilnidipine.

Cimetropium bromide.

Cisatracurium besylate.

Citric acid.

Clioquinol.

Clobetasol 17-propionate.

Clopidogrel.

Clopidol.

Cloricromen.

Clorsulon.

Colistin.

Cypermethrin.

Dalfopristin.

Dalteparin.

Daptomycin.

Deferiprone.

Deflazacort.

Desloratadine.

Desogestrel.

Desoximetasone.

Desoxycorticosterone.

Dexrazoxane.

Dextran.

Diacerein.

Dichloroacetic acid.

Dichlorophen.

Diclazuril.

Dihydrotachysterol.

Dimethyl sulfoxide.

Dinitolmide.

Dipivefrin.

Dithiazanine iodide.

Docarpamine.

Dofetilide.

Dolasetron.

Donepezil.

Doxefazepam.

Doxercalciferol.

Dropropizine.

Drospirenone.

Droxicam.

Droxidopa.

Ebrotidine.

Edaravone.

EDTA.

Efavirenz.

Efrotomycin.

Egualen.

Eletriptan.

Emtricitabine.

Enoxaparin sodium.

Entacapone.

Eperisone.

Eplerenone.

Epoprostenol.

Eprosartan.

Eptazocine.

Eptifibatide.

Erdosteine.

Ergotamine.

Ertapenem.

Ethopabate.

Ethyl icosapentate.

Etonogestrel.

Etoricoxib.

Etorphine.

Exemestane.

Ezetimibe.

Fadrozole.

Falecalcitriol.

Fenoxycarb.

Fenticonazole.

Fexofenadine.

Flomoxef.

Florfenicol.

Fludrocortisone.

Fluprostenol.

Flurandrenolide.

Flurithromycin.

Flurogestone acetate.

Fluticasone propionate.

Flutrimazole.

Fomepizole.

Fomivirsen.

Fondaparinux.

Formestane.

Formoterol.

Fosamprenavir calcium.

Fosinopril.

Fosphenytoin.

Frovatriptan.

Fumagillin.

Galantamine.

Ganirelix.

Gatifloxacin.

Gefitinib.

Gemcitabine.

Gemifloxacin.

Gestodene.

Gestrinone.

Glycerin.

Guanabenz.

Guanadrel.

Halobetasol propionate.

Halofuginone.

Hetastarch.

Hydroquinone.

Hygromycin B.

Iloprost.

Imatinib.

Imidocarb.

Iobenguane.

Iodixanol.

Iopanoic acid.

Iopromide.

Ioversol.

Ipratropium bromide.

Ipriflavone.

Isoflupredone.

Isopropamide iodide.

Itopride.

Kinetin.

Lafutidine.

Lamivudine.

Latanoprost.

Leflunomide.

Lercanidipine.

Letrozole.

Levetiracetam.

Levonordefrin.

Levosimendan.

Lidamidine.

Lincomycin.

Lindane.

Linezolid.

Liothyronine.

Lomerizine.

Lopinavir.

Loteprednol etabonate.

Marbofloxacin.

Masoprocol.

Maxacalcitol.

Medetomidine.

Meglutol.

Melatonin.

Melengestrol acetate.

Memantine.

Menthol.

Mepenzolate bromide.

Mepixanox.

Mequinol.

Methenamine.

Methoprene.

Methoxychlor.

Methyltestosterone.

Metrizamide.

Metyrosine.

Micafungin.

Milnacipran.

Mirtazapine.

Misoprostol.

Mizolastine.

Moexipril.

Mofezolac.

Mometasone furoate.

Monensin.

Morantel.

Mosapride.

Moxifloxacin.

Moxonidine.

Nadifloxacin.

Naftopidil.

Nandrolone.

Narasin.

Nartograstim.

Nateglinide.

Nebivolol.

Nelfinavir.

Nequinate.

Neridronic acid.

Nevirapine.

Nicarbazin.

Nilutamide.

Nipradilol.

Nitazoxanide.

Nitenpyram.

Nomegestrol.

Nonoxynol-9.

Nystatin.

Octocrylene.

Oleic acid.

Olmesartan.

Olopatadine.

Orbifloxacin.

Orlistat.

Oseltamivir.

Oxaliplatin.

Oxiconazole.

Panipenem.

Parecoxib.

Paricalcitol.

Pazufloxacin.

Penciclovir.

Pentaerythritol tetranitrate.

Pentosan polysulfate.

Perflubron.

Perospirone.

Phenazopyridine hydrochloride.

Phentermine.

Phosphatidylcholine.

Phosphatidylglycerol.

Piketoprofen.

Pilsicainide.

Pioglitazone.

Pipercuronium bromide.

Pirlimycin.

Poloxalene.

Pramipexole.

Pranlukast.

Prednicarbate.

Propionylpromazine.

Propoxycaine hydrochloride.

Propylene glycol.

Propylhexedrine.

Protirelin.

Prulifloxacin.

Pyrethrins.

Quetiapine.

Quinfamide.

Quinupristin.

Rabeprazole.

Ractopamine.

Raloxifene.

Ramosetron.

Rapacuronium bromide.

Remifentanil.

Repaglinide.

Ricinoleic acid.

Rifaximin.

Rilmazafone.

Risedronate sodium.

Rizatriptan.

Rofecoxib.

Ropinirole.

Rosiglitazone.

Rosuvastatin calcium.

Sarafloxacin.

Selamectin.

Sermorelin.

Sibutramine.

Sildenafil.

Simethicone.

Sivelestat.

Sodium oxybate.

Somatropin.

Squalane.

Squalene.

Stanozolol.

Succimer.

Succinylcholine chloride.

Sulfabromomethazine.

Sulfachlorpyridazine.

Sulfaethoxypyridazine.

Sulfamerazine.

Sulfanitran.

Sultamicillin.

Tacalcitol.

Talipexole.

Taltirelin.

Technetium Tc 99m bicisate.

Tegaserod.

Telithromycin.

Telmesteine.

Telmisartan.

Temocapril.

Temozolomide.

Tenofovir disoproxil fumarate.

Teprenone.

Teriparatide.

Tetrachlorvinphos.

Tetrahydrozoline.

Thalidomide.

Thialbarbital.

Thyrotropin.

Tiagabine.

Tiletamine hydrochloride.

Tilmicosin.

Tiludronic acid.

Tirilazad.

Tirofiban.

Tiropramide.

Tizanidine.

Tolcapone.

Topiramate.

Topotecan.

Tosufloxacin.

Travoprost.

Trenbolone.

Treprostinil.

Trichlorfon.

Triethanolamine.

Trifluridine.

Triptorelin.

Troleandomycin.

Troxipide.

Ubenimex.

Unoprostone isopropyl ester.

Valacyclovir.

Valdecoxib.

Valganciclovir.

Valrubicin.

Valsartan.

Zaleplon.

Zaltoprofen.

Zanamivir.

Zinostatin.

Zofenopril calcium.

Zolazepam hydrochloride.

Cumulative Index.

Cross-Index to Other Substances.

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GEORGE LUNN, PhD, is a review chemist with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Prior to joining the FDA, he was a senior research scientist at the National Cancer Institute, Frederick Cancer Research and Development Center. His other books include HPLC Methods for Pharmaceutical Analysis, Handbook of Derivatization Reactions for HPLC, and Destruction of Hazardous Chemicals in the Laboratory (all from Wiley).
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"…a chromatographer, with the help of this book, can perform HPLC analysis in a timely and efficient manner. This book…is highly recommended." (American Journal of Therapeutics, March/April 2006)
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