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Why should I use a GLP Lab when my study is non-GLP?

Adhering to Good Laboratory Practices (or GLP) should become a routine aspect in the histology industry.

Why Use a CRO for Pre-Clinical Necropsy

Pre-clinical Necropsy defines one of the processes researchers use to develop drugs for humans. It is a step taken using animals to study the tissue response to a developed drug.

GLP & Non-GLP: What's the Difference?

Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) refers to a system where non-clinical health and safety studies are carried out, planned, monitored, recorded, archived and reported. 

How to Ensure Your GLP Study Materials Are Stored Safely

Your GLP study materials are irreplaceable, as they contain all the information about what procedures were done, how they were performed, when the work was completed, and who performed the task. Without data, nothing else really matters. That’s why it’s critical that you ensure your study materials are stored safely and in compliance with Good Laboratory Practices (GLPs). All study materials, data and specimens, must be retained and easily retrievable after study completion. GLPs state “There shall be archives for orderly storage and expedient retrieval of all raw data, documentation, protocols, specimens, and interim and final reports. Conditions of storage shall minimize deterioration of the documents or specimens in accordance with the requirements for the time period of their retention and the nature of the documents or specimens.”

Upcoming Events

Boston Area Pharmacology Toxicology Group (BAPTG)

Date
April 25, 2019

Location
Boston, MA

Society of Quality Assurance

Date
April 29-May 1, 2019

Location
Atlanta