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Martin, G. P. “A Rational Approach to Development and Validation of Dissolution Methods”, American Pharmaceutical Review, December 2013.

USP Validation and Verification Expert Panel: Gregory P Martin, MS (Chair); Kimber L Barnett, PhD; Christopher Burgess, PhD; Paul D Curry, PhD; Joachim Ermer, PhD; Gyongyi S Gratzl, PhD; John P Hammond; Joerg Herrmann, PhD; Elisabeth Kovacs; David J LeBlond, PhD; Rosario LoBrutto, PhD; Anne K McCasland-Keller, PhD; Pauline L McGregor, PhD; Phil Nethercote, PhD; Allen C Templeton, PhD; David P Thomas, PhD; ML Jane Weitzel, “Lifecycle Management of Analytical Procedures: Method Development, Procedure Performance Qualification, and Procedure Performance Verification:, Pharmacopeial Forum, 39(5), Ocotober, 2013.

Fotaki, N., Martin, G.P. and Krämer, J., “Dissolution Highlights from the 2012 AAPS Annual Meeting in Chicago”, Dissolution Technologies, May, 2013

Gray, V.A., Fotaki, N. and Martin, G.P., “Dissolution Highlights from the 2011 AAPS Annual Meeting in Washington, D. C.”, Dissolution Technologies, February, 2012.

Martin, G.P. and Gray, V.A., “Selection of Dissolution Medium for QC Testing of Drug Products”, Journal of Validation Technology, 17(3), 2-6, 2011.

Martin, G.P. and Gray, V.A., “Overview of Dissolution Instrument Qualification, Including Common Pitfalls”, Dissolution Technologies 18(2), 6-10, 2011.

Martin, G.P., Fotaki, N., Salt, A.D. and Gray, V.A.,  “2010 Pharmaceutical Sciences World Congress Provides Dissolution Programming with an International Flavor”, Dissolution Technologies 18(2), 38-42, 2011.

Martin, G.P. and Gray, V.A., “General Considerations for Dissolution Methods:  Development, Validation, and Transfer”, Journal of Validation Technology, 17(1), 8-11, 2011.

Martin, G.P. and Gray, V.A., “Potential Pitfalls When Performing Dissolution Instrument Qualification”, Journal of GXP, 15(1), 6-12, 2011.

Martin, G. and Gray, V.A., “Dissolution Instrument Qualification”, Journal of Validation Technology, Journal of Validation Technology, 16(4), 10-16, 2010.

Nethercote, P., Borman, P., Bennett, T., Martin, G., and McGregor, P.  “QbD for Better Method Validation and Transfer”, Pharmaceutical Manufacturing, 9(4), 2010

Martin, G.P., “Dissolution Highlights form the 2009 AAPS Annual Meeting in Los Angeles”, Dissolution Technologies 17(1), 41-45, 2010.

Li, Z., Jacobus, L.K., Wuelfing, W.P., Golden, M., Martin, G.P. and Reed, R.A., “Detection and Quantification of Low-Molecular-Weight Aldehydes in Pharmaceutical Excipients by Headspace Gas Chromatography”, J. Chromatography A, 1104(1-2), 1-10, 2006

 Flizar, K.A., Forsyth, R.J., Li, Z. and Martin, G.P., “Effects of Dissolved Gases in Surfactant Dissolution Media”, Dissolution Technologies, 12(3), 6-10, 2005

Forsyth, R.J., Van Nostrand, V. and Martin, G.P., “Visible-Residue Limit for Cleaning Validation and it Potential Application in a Pharmaceutical Research Facility”, Pharmaceutical Technology, 28(10), 58-61, 2004

Flizar, K., Wiggins, J.M., Pignoli, C.M., Martin, G.P. and Li, Z., “Analysis of Organic Volatile Impurities in Pharmaceutical Excipients by Static Headspace Capillary Gas Chromatography”, Journal of Chromatography A., 1027, 83-9, 2004

Li, Z., Han, Y.-H. And Martin, G.P. Static Headspace Gas Chromatographic Analysis of the Residual Solvents in Gel Extrusion Module Tablet Formulations. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis 28, 673-682, 2002

Griffith, M. F., Curley, T. E. and Martin, G. P., “Considerations in Choosing a Deaeration Technique for Dissolution Media”, Dissolution Technologies, 4 (1), 16-17, 1997.

Martin, G. P., Reed, D. G., Magiso, L. E., Griffith, M. F. and Ip, D. P., “Tutorial on Dissolution Calibration: An Industrial Perspective”, Dissolution Technologies, 3 (1), 3-6, 1996.

Reed, D.G., Martin, G.P., Konieczny, J.M. and Brooks, M.A., “The Determination of Alendronate Sodium in Tablets by Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP)”, Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 13, 1055-1058, 1995

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