Release of the CBS 132

Welcome to the latest issue of the CBS Journal. We are pleased to present you with a variety of articles highlighting advances in the field of HPTLC.

First, we delve into the critical area of chemical warfare agent detection. Through the lens of HPTLC, we learn about a powerful screening method to identify nerve agents, blistering agents and irritants, as well as arsenic agents. This work is presented by the Swiss Army and experts from CAMAG.

Our focus then shifts to the quality assessment of saffron, a valuable commodity in both medicine and food. This successful work is presented by the Anchrom laboratory in India.

We then discover the implementation of Design of Experiments (DoE) software in method evaluation using a compendial method. This approach, demonstrated by the company Wala and the Esslingen University of Applied Sciences in Germany, aims to streamline robustness studies and provide pharmaceutical manufacturers with efficient tools for method validation and compliance.

Finally, we turn our attention to the realm of separation with a study that explores the manipulation of the gas phase. The CAMAG laboratory examines the features of the HPTLC PRO Module DEVELOPMENT with the aim of refining chromatographic separations through gas phase control.

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CBS 132