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FDA Perspectives: Common Deficiencies in Abbreviated New Drug Applications: Part 3 - Control of the Drug Product and Stability
Chemistry reviewers in the FDA's Office of Generic Drugs provide an overview of common deficiencies cited throughout the CMC section of ANDAs


Pharmaceutical Technology
Volume 35, Issue 2, pp. 58-67

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This article represents the views of the authors and not of FDA.


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