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Improving the development efficiency of drug-encapsulating nanoparticles using microfluidics and Multi-Angle Dynamic Light Scattering

Malvern Panalytical
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Live Webinar April 11th, 2019

This webinar explores the combined use of the Malvern Panalytical Zetasizer Ultra and the Dolomite Microfluidics system to generate drug-encapsulating nanoparticles with improved monodispersity and higher encapsulation efficiency, and with better reproducibility than a batch system. The Dolomite Microfluidics system enables very precise control of the size and composition of the nanoparticles. Applying the Zetasizer Ultra to characterize the nanoparticles enables faster and less expensive development of the microfluidic methodologies, due to the instrument’s unique Multi Angle DLS (MADLS) capabilities. MADLS provides the speed and size resolution needed to identify distinct populations, allowing quick iteration and consistent production of nanoparticles of a very high quality.

Guest Speaker: Pavel Abdulkin is the head of Particle Works (a Blacktrace company). After completing his Masters and PhD at Cambridge University, UK, Pavel went on to co-found several technology startups, including N4O - a company that specialized in the removal of liquid rocket fuel in mobile continuous flow reactors. Pavel is currently responsible for Business Development of the Particle Works and Dolomite Microfluidics brands.

Jake Austin received his Masters in Chemistry from the University of Reading, UK, in 2016. He joined Malvern Panalytical as an Applications Development Scientist, having previously worked for the company in 2014 as a Year in Industry student. Jake has recently been working on Malvern Panalytical’s newly-launched flagship instruments, the Zetasizer Pro and Zetasizer Ultra, and has contributed to the development of unique features, including MADLS and Particle Concentration.

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Improving the development efficiency of drug-encapsulating nanoparticles using microfluidics and Multi-Angle Dynamic Light Scattering

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