Monica Lee Whitmire

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Nonclinical dose formulation analysis methods are used to confirm test article concentration and homogeneity in formulations and determine formulation stability in support of regulated nonclinical studies. There is currently no regulatory guidance for nonclinical dose formulation analysis method validation or sample analysis. Regulatory guidance for the(More)
Nonclinical safety studies are required to follow applicable Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) regulations. Nonclinical dose formulations are required to be analyzed to confirm the analyte concentration, homogeneity, and stability. Analytical samples that fall outside of the acceptance criteria are considered out of specification (OOS), and an investigation(More)
This White Paper is focused on the technical aspects regarding quantifying pharmaceutically derived inorganic elements in biomatrices in support of GLP nonclinical and clinical studies using inductively coupled plasma (ICP) techniques. For decades ICP has been used in support of Environmental Protection Agency analyses and has more recently been applied for(More)
Guidelines published by the European Union Regulatory Authority, regarding the planning of bioequivalence studies, are the primary source of knowledge about the study design optimization. The goal of this paper is to compare the key elements (27 points) of bioequivalence study optimization based on a comparison of the two European Medicines Agency(More)
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