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Do’s and Dont’s for an FDA Visit in Your Histology Lab

The doorbell rings and waiting at the front door are FDA inspectors... What do you do? First, welcome them in. Second... DON’T PANIC! Unless directed “For Cause”, FDA visits are routine inspections used to assess your lab’s compliance with applicable regulations and to verify the quality and integrity of your study data.

Store Preclinical Study Materials in Compliance with FDA Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs)

Preclinical research studies generating data for submission to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) must adhere to Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs). These practices embody a set of principles that guide how laboratories plan, perform, monitor, document and archive study activities in an effort to enhance the quality and validity of test data. Below, you’ll find some practical tips on finding the right archiving facility for the long term storage of your study materials:

Upcoming Events


Date: March 10-14
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Stop by our booth #717 and attend our sessions:

  • Immunotoxicity II Poster Session,
    March 12 from 11:45am - 1:45pm
  • Informational Session:
    “Through the Lens: Translational Insights in Ocular Toxicology” on Wednesday, March 13, 2024 from 11:00am–12:20pm

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