Optimizing SIC assay method for acetyl salicylic acid and rosuvastatin and adapting to HPLC with performance comparison

Czasopismo : Acta Chromatographica
Tytuł artykułu : Optimizing SIC assay method for acetyl salicylic acid and rosuvastatin and adapting to HPLC with performance comparison

Autorzy :
Gwarda, R. Ł.
Medical University of Lublin Department of Physical Chemistry, Chair of Chemistry 4a Chodźki Street 20-093 Lublin Poland, radoslaw.gwarda@umlub.pl,,
Tomczyszyn, A.
University of Warsaw Faculty of Chemistry 1 Pasteura Street 02-093 Warsaw Poland,
Misicka, A.
University of Warsaw Faculty of Chemistry 1 Pasteura Street 02-093 Warsaw Poland,
Dzido, T. H.
Medical University of Lublin Department of Physical Chemistry, Chair of Chemistry 4a Chodźki Street 20-093 Lublin Poland,
Xue, X. D.
Yunnan Normal University Department of Chemistry Kunming 650092 P.R. China,
Zhang, M.
East China Normal University Department of Chemistry Shanghai 200241 P.R. China,
Xie, S. M.
Yunnan Normal University Department of Chemistry Kunming 650092 P.R. China,
Yuan, L. M.
Yunnan Normal University Department of Chemistry Kunming 650092 P.R. China, yuan_limingpd@yahoo.com.cn,
Matta, M. K.
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences Hyderabad 500 085 India,
Pilli, N. R.
Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University University College of Pharmaceutical Sciences Hyderabad 500 085 India,
Rao, J. V. L. N. S.
Yalamarty College of Pharmaceutical Sciences Visakhapatnam 530 052 India, jvlnsrao@rediffmail.com,
Abdelhay, M. H.
University of Alexandria Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry Department, Faculty of Pharmacy Elmessalah, Alexandria 21521 Egypt,
Gazy, A. A.
University of Alexandria Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry Department, Faculty of Pharmacy Elmessalah, Alexandria 21521 Egypt,
Shaalan, R. A.
rasha_shaalan@yahoo.com,
Ashour, H. K.
University of Alexandria Pharmaceutical Analytical Chemistry Department, Faculty of Pharmacy Elmessalah, Alexandria 21521 Egypt,
Krasucka, D.
National Veterinary Research Institute — National Research Institute Department of Veterinary Pharmacy Al. Partyzantów 57 24-100 Pulawy Poland,
Kowalski, C. J.
University of Life Sciences in Lublin Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Akademicka 12 20-033 Lublin Poland,
Osypiuk, M.
University of Life Sciences in Lublin Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Akademicka 12 20-033 Lublin Poland, monika.osypiuk@up.lublin.pl,
Opielak, G.
Medical University School of Lublin Human Anatomy Department Jaczewskiego 4 20-090 Lublin Poland,
Mahgoub, H.
King Abdulaziz University Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy Jeddah Saudi Arabia, hodamahgoub@yahoo.com,
Hanafy, A.
King Abdulaziz University Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Faculty of Pharmacy Jeddah Saudi Arabia,
Bamane, F. H.
King Abdulaziz University Department of Biochemistry, Faculty of Medicine Jeddah Saudi Arabia,
Radwan, A. E.
University of Alexandria Department of Biotechnology, Institute of Graduate Studies and Research Alexandria Egypt,
Wen, C.
Wenzhou Medical College Laboratory Animal Centre Wenzhou 325035 China,
Zhang, Q.
Shanghai Institute of Pharmaceutical Industry Shanghai 200437 China,
He, Y.
Wenzhou Medical College Laboratory Animal Centre Wenzhou 325035 China,
Deng, M.
Wenzhou Medical College Laboratory Animal Centre Wenzhou 325035 China,
Wang, X.
Wenzhou Medical College Laboratory Animal Centre Wenzhou 325035 China,
Ma, J.
Wenzhou Medical College Function Experiment Teaching Center Wenzhou 325035 China, jianshema@gmail.com,
Wang, Y.
National Institutes for Food and Drug control (NIFDC) Beijing 100050 P.R. China,
Wang, M. J.
National Institutes for Food and Drug control (NIFDC) Beijing 100050 P.R. China,
Li, J.
National Institutes for Food and Drug control (NIFDC) Beijing 100050 P.R. China,
Yao, S. C.
National Institutes for Food and Drug control (NIFDC) Beijing 100050 P.R. China,
Xue, J.
National Institutes for Food and Drug control (NIFDC) Beijing 100050 P.R. China,
Zou, W. B.
National Institutes for Food and Drug control (NIFDC) Beijing 100050 P.R. China,
Hu, C.
National Institutes for Food and Drug control (NIFDC) Beijing 100050 P.R. China, hucq@nicpbp.org.cn,
Idris, A. M.
King Khalid University Department of Chemistry, College of Science Abha Saudi Arabia, abubakridris@hotmail.com,
Alnajjar, A. O.
King Faisal University Department of Chemistry, College of Science Hofuf Saudi Arabia,
Abstrakty : Acetyl salicylic acid (ASA), as the major drug consumed in the world, has been combined with other various drugs. In this regard, ASA-rosuvastatin is the most recent combination. The current article reported the first two separation methods for the assay of that combination utilizing sequential injection chromatography (SIC) and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). The optimization process was conducted for SIC, and the optimum conditions were then adapted to HPLC. Both methods, SIC and HPLC, were validated and successfully applied to tablet formulation. In both methods, the analytes were chromatographed onto a short C18 monolithic column (4.6 × 25 mm) by a mobile phase composition of 10 mmol L-1phosphate:acetonitrile: methanol (50:30:20, v/v/v at pH 3.0). The performances of both methods were compared. The remarkable advantages of the SIC method over HPLC method were the reduction in reagent consumption and instrumentation simplicity and cost-effectiveness. The total volume of mobile phase consumed is three orders of magnitude larger in HPLC than that in SIC. Other analytical features of the SIC and HPLC methods were comparable and acceptable for pharmaceutical analysis. Accordingly, the SIC method could be more suitable for routine analysis of simple matrices after examining the capability of the technique to work under industrial conditions.

Słowa kluczowe : sequential injection chromatography, high-performance liquid chromatography, acetyl salicylic acid, rosuvastatin, method validation, pharmaceutical analysis,
Wydawnictwo : University of Silesia in Katowice
Rocznik : 2015
Numer : Vol. 27, no. 1
Strony : 111 – 125
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DOI :
Cytuj : Gwarda, R. Ł. ,Tomczyszyn, A. ,Misicka, A. ,Dzido, T. H. ,Xue, X. D. ,Zhang, M. ,Xie, S. M. ,Yuan, L. M. ,Matta, M. K. ,Pilli, N. R. ,Rao, J. V. L. N. S. ,Abdelhay, M. H. ,Gazy, A. A. ,Shaalan, R. A. ,Ashour, H. K. ,Krasucka, D. ,Kowalski, C. J. ,Osypiuk, M. ,Opielak, G. ,Mahgoub, H. ,Hanafy, A. ,Bamane, F. H. ,Radwan, A. E. ,Wen, C. ,Zhang, Q. ,He, Y. ,Deng, M. ,Wang, X. ,Ma, J. ,Wang, Y. ,Wang, M. J. ,Li, J. ,Yao, S. C. ,Xue, J. ,Zou, W. B. ,Hu, C. ,Idris, A. M. ,Alnajjar, A. O. , Optimizing SIC assay method for acetyl salicylic acid and rosuvastatin and adapting to HPLC with performance comparison. Acta Chromatographica Vol. 27, no. 1/2015
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