In the ever-evolving pharmaceutical industry, the need for accurate and efficient analytical techniques is paramount. High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) has emerged as a powerful tool for qualitative and quantitative analysis, providing valuable insights into the composition, purity, and stability of pharmaceutical products.
Market scenario of medicinal plants.
The market for medicinal plants in India stood at Rs. 4.2 billion (US$ 56.6 million) in 2019 and is expected to increase at a CAGR of 38.5% to Rs. 14 billion (US$ 188.6 million) by 2026.
Anchrom is the only CAMAG HPTLC-authorized distributor in India. HPTLC analysis is performed in a stepwise manner i.e. sample preparation, application, development, scanning and derivatization if required.
Reverse engineering/deformulation is a complex process consisting of several phases, such as the identification and quantification of formulation components. It is used at the beginning of the development of a generic drug product.
HPTLC is the only chromatographic technique that allows us to see/record results in the form of pictures. Visual detection and image recording are one of the best features of the HPTLC system. For image documentation, a suitable image acquisition system can be used e.g. CAMAG smartDigi or CAMAG visualizer.
Thin Layer Chromatography is a separation technique which is used to separate mixtures of organic compounds. This technique is in practice since 1960 and is been used for the separation of a lot of different compounds.