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30-May-2013 - GlaxoSmithKline has brought its vaccine development in-house with the purchase of Okairos and its supplementary technology platform.
30-May-2013 - 3M says it has cooperated with the FDA and invested in its facilities in preparation of the phase-out of CFC containing metered dose inhalers (MDIs).
30-May-2013 - The US FDA is allowing Fresenius Kabi USA to import trace elements and phosphate injections from its Norway plant to help improve a critical shortage of components of total parenteral...
29-May-2013 - Over the last decade single-use technologies have moved into manufacturing scales and are increasingly being deployed worldwide, according to Thermo Fisher Scientific.
29-May-2013 - As Cobra wins a cell line development contract with Recopharma, the firm says its cost-effective gene expression technology has been its biggest growth area.
29-May-2013 - Although written quality agreements are not required under cGMP regulations, the US FDA is recommending that pharma companies and CMOs adopt the agreements to delineate responsibilities.
29-May-2013 - The US FDA has sent a warning letter to a clinical investigator after he failed to take adequate action on falsified data in a study he oversaw.
29-May-2013 - Scientists at the UK University have developed what they refer to as 'a simple lab-based skin test' which eliminates the risk of adverse reactions to new drugs, cosmetics, and household chemicals....
28-May-2013 - Fresenius Kabi says drug shortages won’t be affected as it recalls a lot of magnesium sulphate, and there’s news from Glenmark and J&J – welcome to in-Pharmatechnologist.com's recall round-up....
28-May-2013 - Vaccine manufacturer Sinovac has updated its GMP accreditation to international standards, short of the deadline set by the CFDA.
27-May-2013 - As new API regulations are set in July for those outside the EU, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) has unveiled what its inspectors expect to see from API manufacturer or...
27-May-2013 - Pharmaniaga Berhad has set up a joint venture to manufacture pharmaceuticals in Saudi Arabia citing opportunity growth in the region as a major catalyst.
27-May-2013 - Generic firm Wockhardt has received a US import alert from for all drugs from its Indian plant.
27-May-2013 - Ranbaxy Laboratories is putting all of its weight behind a quality push following its admission of manufacturing adulterated drugs, and just as its parent company Daiichi Sankyo is pursuing legal...
27-May-2013 - In-Pharmatechnologist.com presents its latest round-up of the movers and shakers in the world of pharmaceuticals, including news from Sanofi and Boehringer Ingelheim.
23-May-2013 - Can oral insulin succeed where other alternative delivery methods have failed? Dan Stanton, from in-Pharmatechnologist.com assesses its chances.
23-May-2013 - Sandoz has recalled two lots of an injectable drug after vials were discovered to contain foreign matter, though is unsure of the cause for now.
23-May-2013 - Pfizer and other EU industry and academic groups are calling on the European Commission to revise its plans for authorizing and regulating ATMPs (advanced therapy medical products).
22-May-2013 - Faced with manufacturing quality questions that caused the FDA to reject its potential Parkinson’s disease treatment, Impax Laboratories has hired a committee of specialists to oversee quality improvements at its...
22-May-2013 - Three Canadian drug companies have issued a voluntary recall following potential contamination during manufacturing of an API by their Chinese CMO.
22-May-2013 - Following a busy few months, Capsugel spoke about the formation of its Dosage Form Solutions Unit, its technology and the integration of Encap at this year's Interphex in New York.
22-May-2013 - Boehringer-Ingelheim’s German API and pharmaceutical manufacturing facility was cited by the FDA for two API and two drug cGMP violations, as well as failing to respond with sufficient corrective actions...
22-May-2013 - Disposable bioreactors could be the centerpiece of a project to develop and harvest large quantities of cells that eventually will be used in bioartificial livers for patients with severe liver...
21-May-2013 - The EMA (European Medicines Agency) has released draft guidelines on biosimilars allowing non-EEA comparators to be used in limited circumstances.
21-May-2013 - Lonza says it is raising awareness of the role horseshoe crabs play in QC endotoxin detection tests, and its PyroGene Assay can provide a sustainable alternative.
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