Case Study

Enhance Reaction Rates For Anti-Cancer Therapy Manufacture

Source: Asymchem

Photochemical reactions are challenging to use in traditional batch methods because of the unproductive light absorption in large batch reactors. Applying flow chemistry techniques enabled Asymchem to develop a new route for Ceralasertib, an experimental anti-cancer therapy, which included LED-NMR reaction profiling, quantum yield measurements and Stern-Volmer quenching studies--and revealed a potential new way to optimize the catalyst system.

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