A validated capillary electrophoretic method for the determination of indacaterol and its application to a pharmaceutical preparation
Indacaterol is a new inhaled ultra-long acting β 2 -agonist. It has been recently approved in the European Union for the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. This paper reports, for the first time, a method for the determination and validation of Indacaterol (IND) using an internal standard in capsules. Capillary electrophoretic separation was performed on an uncoated fused-silica capillary (50 cm effective length, 75 μm i.d.) and background electrolyte composed of 20 mmol L −1 of sodium tetraborate buffer, 15% (v/v) methanol (pH = 10.0) with the application of 20 kV of potential; 10 s at 5 × 10 3 N m −2 (50 mbar) of injection time; and wavelength of 200 nm and 25 °C of temperature. The linearity was evaluated in the range of 4.90 × 10 −6 mol L −1 (2.50 μg mL −1 ) and 3.94 × 10 −5 mol L −1 (20.00 μg mL −1 ), with R = 0.9993 for inter-day. LOD and LOQ values were 2.18 × 10 −8 mol L −1 (0.011 μg mL −1 ) and 7.25 × 10 −8 mol L −1 (0.037 μg mL −1 ) for inter-day, respectively. The precision values were 0.50–1.06% for intra-day and 2.12% for inter-day as RSD%. The accuracy was tested by the standard addition method with the recovery values being between 98.79 and 99.09 as percentages with RSD% interval of 0.01–0.80. The developed method was validated according to ICH guidelines. Indacaterol was successfully determined in Arcapta ® capsule dosage form by the validated CE method with a relative error of 0.28%. The result was within the requirements of the USP 34-NF29. Therefore, the validated method may be used for the determination of Indacaterol in its capsules in quality control laboratories. © 2017
Güray, T.; Tunçel, M.; and Uysal, U.D.
"A validated capillary electrophoretic method for the determination of indacaterol and its application to a pharmaceutical preparation,"
Journal of Food and Drug Analysis: Vol. 26
, Article 36.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jfda.2017.08.002
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