Development of a liquid chromatography method for the analysis of josamycin.

Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis (2008-03-18)
F Daidone, R Heuvelmans, L Aerden, J Hoogmartens, E Adams
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Out of three methods for the analysis of josamycin, the best one was selected and used as starting point for further development. A central composite design was applied to find the most influencing parameters and to optimize the chromatographic conditions and a full factorial design was used to perform a robustness study. The final method uses a Hypersil ODS column 5microm, 250mmx4.6mm i.d. maintained at 45 degrees C. The mobile phase is composed of acetonitrile-phosphate buffer (pH 3, 0.2moll(-1))-tetrabutylammonium hydrogen sulphate 0.2moll(-1)-water (21:5:3:71, v/v/v/v). Strongly retained impurities after the main peak require gradient elution, which is obtained by increasing linearly the acetonitrile concentration (from 21% to 50%, v/v) and decreasing the TBA concentration (from 3% to 0%, v/v) in the mobile phase. The total run time was 65min. UV detection is performed at 232nm and the flow rate is 1ml/min. The method shows good selectivity, precision, linearity and sensitivity. Five commercial bulk samples were analyzed.

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Josamycin, ≥90% (HPLC)
Josamycin, European Pharmacopoeia (EP) Reference Standard