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The Impact of Impurity Analysis on Future Regulations
As technology for impurity analysis improves, scientists are gaining better information and asking for more regulatory guidance.


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References

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3. Q. Wang et al., "A General Overview of Emerging Technologies for Pharmaceutical Impurity Detection and Characterization," presented at the USP Annual Scientific Meeting, Denver, CO, Sept. 28, 2006.

4. Müller et al., "A Rationale for Determining, Testing, and Controlling Specific Impurities in Pharmaceuticals that Possess Potential for Genotoxicity," Reg. Tox. Pharm. 44, 198–211 (2006).

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