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Modifying the GLPs for Physicochemical Testing | IVT

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) good laboratory practices (GLPs) are based on the requirements of the Toxic Substances Control Act and the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act. The EPA GLPs contain provisions for conducting physicochemical testing.  These provisions are useful for those who wish to conduct physicochemical testing under the provisions of the US Food and Drug Administration GLPs (21 CFR 58). This discussion provides modifications to 21 CFR 58 sections to make them directly applicable to physicochemical testing.  These modifications minimize...

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