Active Ingredients: Chondroitin

Pyrogen free Chondroitin sulphate

 

Description:
Chondroitin sulfate from mammalians contains CS-A with minor amounts of CS-C. Both of them are macromolecules made by alternate sequences of D- glucuronate and N-acetyl-galactosamine -4-O- ( or 6-O-) sulfate.
 
Uses:
Articular pathologies. Veterinary uses: Articular pathologies in racing horses; joint disorders in pets.
Other uses: Used in ealth food, in beverages and in zootechny. It is used for eye drops, intra-ocular injections.
 
Not described in pharmacopeias
 
Main Characteristics
It is a white to almost white powder , extremely hygroscopic. Microbiology and endotoxins controlled.
 
Specifications
 

CHONDROITIN SULPHATE PYROGEN FREE
Appearance
White or almost White powder
Identification Electrophoresis
Complies
Identification Sodium
Complies
Identification IR
Complies
Assay
90.0 – 105.0 % db
Solubility 5%
Clear solution
Loss on drying
Not more than 12.0 %
pH sol. 5 %
5.5 – 7.5
Specific rotation 5%
-20.0º and -30.0º
Intrinsic viscosity
0.01 m3/kg to 0.15 m3/kg
Chlorides
Not more than 0.5 %
Heavy Metals
Less than 20 ppm
Proteins (EP)
Not more than 3 %
Related substances
Not more than 2.0 %
Nitrogen
2.0 – 3.0 %
Residue on ignition
Not more than 30 %
Sulfur
Less than 7.5 %
Ethanol
Not more than 2.0 %
Total bacterial count
Not more than 100 CFU per gram
Molds and yeasts count
Not more than 10 CFU per g
Escherichia coli
Absence/g
Salmonella spp
Absence/g
Staphylococcus aureus
Absence/g
Pseudomona Aeruginosa
Absence/g
Enterobact. And some other bact gram neg.
Absence/g
Bacterial endotoxins
Less than 0.5 EU/mg

 
Presentation:
Bulk powder in double polyethylene bag contained in lined drums containing 5, 10, 25 and 50 kg.

Indications:

Antiartrósico

Available in this countries:

América del Sur, Argentina, Rusia, Union Europea