Storing Pharmaceuticals: Important Guidelines to Consider

Why are GMP Regulations Important in Today’s Pharmaceutical Labs?



With the U.S. holding more than 45% of the global pharmaceutical market, it’s important for laboratories to abide by certain regulations. The regulations in place help to maintain pharmaceutical quality so they’re safe for consumers. Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) regulations give pharmaceutical labs standards they need to meet to ensure their products are both safe and effective. So let’s take a closer look at why GMP regulations are so important in today’s pharmaceutical labs.

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C14 Radiolabeling: What You Need to Know

c14 radiolabelingCarbon is an element that has been used for a variety of scientific purposes over the years, like radiocarbon dating, which was developed around 1946 by Willard F. Libby. But in today’s pharmaceutical labs, carbon 14 plays a crucial role in drug development. And because of depleting supplies and increasing prices, carbon 14 production is at an all-time high. But what can carbon 14 be used for and how is it used safely? Let’s take a look at a few important things to know about C14 radiolabeling.

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