Good Laboratory Practice Case Study

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In the drug development procedure, Good Laboratory Practice stand at the Preclinical Development Stage, also called as a non-clinical stage as it is not conducted in human. Its main goal is to test the safety. Toxicology, Pharmacokinetics Pharmacodynamics and bioavailability studies must follow the GLP compliance.Good laboratory practice (GLP) was first announced in New Zealand and Denmark in the year 1972 and later in the USA in June, 1979 as regulations passed to stop investigators who submit fake clinical studies and false data to the USFDA. Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations are available in the Code of Federal Regulations (21CFR part 58), and have the power to enforce the law. Before conducting clinical trials in human, pre-clinical …show more content…
957 which replaces the previous good practices for national control for pharmaceutical laboratories, 36th Report - Annex 3 of the World Health Organization Official Reports Sequences, No. 902, 2002. This guidance needs to be followed by all pharmaceutical laboratories for quality control, but excluding biologic product, because there is a different guideline called the good practices for pharmaceutical microbiology laboratories Reference QAS/09, 297 by …show more content…
It will give advice on the preliminary requirements for the labs that is accountable for quality control or studying the pharmaceutical products. It will consider the World Health Organization Good Practices for national pharmaceutical control laboratories, Official Report Sequences, No. 902 - Annex 3, 2002 guidance, in addition to the US FDA’s Good Laboratory Practice Regulations for Non-clinical Laboratory Studies delivered in the January 1999 guidance. It is uncertain right now from ICH memorandums that the ICH will consider nonclinical studies or active pharmaceutical ingredients used in drug manufacturing. ICH Guidance issued in the year 2000 for “Safety Pharmacology Studies for Human Pharmaceuticals” - S7A -2.11 describe that the quality of reliability of non-clinical safety study should be compliance with the Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) but at the same time ICH is somewhat flexible as it said that, because of the distinctive design, and practical attentions to conduct safety pharmacology studies may not be possible all the time in compliance with GLP (ICH, 2000). Studies that are not directed according to GLP, study reestablishment must confirmed through satisfactory credential of study conduct and establish the statistics and the possible influence on the assessment of the safety pharmacology endpoints need to be

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