Biophysical Characterization for Product Comparability - Spectroscopic methods such as circular dichroism can detect subtle differences in higher order structure before and after changes in process

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Biophysical Characterization for Product Comparability
Spectroscopic methods such as circular dichroism can detect subtle differences in higher order structure before and after changes in process and formulation.


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Acknowledgements

We thank James Carroll, John Steckert, and Ned Mozier for scientific discussion, and Zhaojiang Lu, Monica Brzezinski, Justin Sperry, Mike Dupuis, Min Huang, and Philip Boyle for technical assistance and material supply.

QIN ZOU, PHD, is a senior principal scientist in analytical research and development, BioTherapeutics Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pfizer Inc., Chesterfield, MO, 636.247.1257,
Yin Luo, PhD, is a director in analytical research and development, BioTherapeutics Pharmaceutical Sciences, Pfizer Inc., Andover, MA,

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