PharmaNet Development to display innovative solutions at 2009 AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition

PharmaNet Development Group, Inc., a leading provider of clinical development services to innovative pharmaceutical, biotechnology, generic drug and medical device companies, today announced that the Company and its subsidiaries Anapharm and Taylor Technology will be showcasing a range of innovative solutions at the 2009 AAPS Annual Meeting and Exposition.

Taylor Technology and Anapharm representatives will be discussing their offerings in method development and validation, bioanalytical mass spectrometry and immunochemistry. For more information on PharmaNet Development Group and the offering of its subsidiaries, please visit the PharmaNet booth 1739 at AAPS 2009 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California from November 8 - 11, 2009.

Attendees of the conference are invited to attend a series of poster presentations by PharmaNet employees covering a wide range of scientific topics and will include the following topics:

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Presentations from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm, Posters available from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Importance of Using Physiologically-Relevant Concentrations in the Evaluation of Metabolite Back-Conversion, Presenter: Betty Stamatiou, Co-Authors: Sylvain Lachance, Ann Levesque, Robert Masse, Betty Stamatiou

A Useful Derivatization Tool to Enhance Sensitivity for the Quantitation of Phenylephrine at Low Picograms levels by LCMSMS, Presenter: Ann Levesque, Co-Authors: Serge Auger, Sylvain Lachance, Ann Levesque, Robert Masse

Relative Instability of Deuterated Internal Standard under Different pH Conditions and According to Deuterium Atoms Location, Presenter: Nathalie Pelletier, Co-Authors: Nadine Boudreau, Sylvain Lachance, Ann Levesque, Robert Masse, Nathalie Pelletier, Caroline Savard

Precautions Required to Quantify a Thermally Labile [beta]-lactone in Human Plasma by LC/MS/MS, Presenter: Stephanie Turcotte, Co-Authors: Sylvain Lachance, Ann Levesque, Robert Masse, Stephanie Turcotte

Summation of Multiple Transitions Monitoring in LC/MS/MS to Enhance Signal to Noise and to Reduce Variability, Presenter: Sylvain Lachance, Co-Authors: Philippe Belanger, Jean Couture, Sebastien Gagne, Sylvain Lachance, Ann Levesque, Isabelle Levesque, Robert Masse, François Viel

A Useful Computerized Tool for the Evaluation of Bioanalytical Methods and Study Sample Analysis Robustness, Presenter: Nadine Boudreau, Co-Authors: Patrice Arcand, Serge Auger, Philippe Belanger, Nadine Boudreau, Ann Levesque, Robert Masse

How to Avoid Metabolite Back-Conversion: Tests Performed to Prove the Absence of Back-Conversion for Clopidogrel LCMSMS Method in Human Plasma, Presenter: Guy Havard, Co-Authors: Marie-Eve Coulombe, Guy Havard, Sylvain Lachance, Ann Levesque, Robert Masse

Lipemic Effect Evaluation on Detection Variability Using Natural and Synthetic Lipemic Plasma in LC/MS/MS Method, Presenter: Sofi Gagnon-Carignan, Co-Authors: Sofi Gagnon-Carignan, Sylvain Lachance, Nancy Lampron, Ann Levesque, Robert Masse

Trouble-Shooting of Least-Expected Causes in Bioanalytical Method Development and Application, Presenter: Aimin Tan, Co-Authors: Sebastien Gagne, Robert Masse, Valerie Montminy, Adrien Musuku, Aimin Tan

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Presentations from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm, Posters available from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Quantification of the Impact of Bioanalytical Method Variability on Bioequivalence Primary Pharmacokinetic Parameters, Presenter: Audrey Saint-Laurent, Co-Authors: Audrey Lainesse, Robert Masse, Audrey Saint-Laurent, Eric Shink, Mario Tanguay

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Presentations from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm, Posters available from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

Enantiomeric Separation in Chiral Chromatography Enhanced by Propionic Anhydride as a Chemical Modifier, Presenter: Robert Masse, Co-Authors: Nicolas Jean, Sylvain Lachance, Ann Levesque, Robert Masse

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