Friday, July 19, 2013

Session Spotlight: Top 10 List of Analytical Inadequacies in IND or BLA Submissions

Procedures to support the identity, strength, quality, purity and potency of drug products and drug substances are an important component of new product applications reviewed by the FDA. Inadequacies commonly encountered in these submissions involve procedural details, system suitability tests, representative instrumental outputs, types of validation characteristics, linearity in sample matrix, verification of “compendial” procedures, robustness of critical assay parameters, accuracy calculations, precision and accuracy across intended range and factors in intermediate precision. So what exactly are the FDA expectations for analytical procedures and validations?

Session: Top 10 List of Analytical Inadequacies in IND or BLA Submissions
Speaker: Alred Del Grosso, Team Leader, Analytical Chemistry, CBER, US FDA

Join us for IBC's 17th Annual Well Characterized Biologicals as we highlight some of the errors and inadequacies FDA regulators have seen over the years in submissions. To learn more about our program, download the agenda.

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