Reference Standards Overview
Reference standard substance refers to the reference substance used in the national drug standards for identification, inspection, content determination, impurity substances inspection, etc. The national drug reference substance is the material basis of the national drug standards, and it is a special measuring instrument used to check the quality of drugs. It is the benchmark for measuring the quality of drugs, and it is also used as a material standard to calibrate test instruments and methods. In drug testing, it is a control to determine the authenticity of drugs, and it is an essential tool to control the quality of drugs. We offer a wide range of standards for drug development, quality testing, and other research projects.