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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

cGMPs

What does this mean? Take www.cgmp.com:

Current Good Manufacturing Practices

Good Manufacturing Practice regulations (GMPs) are used by pharmaceutical, medical device, and food manufacturers as they produce and test products that people use. Drug GMPs also apply to the veterinary drugs.

In the United States, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued these regulations as the minimum requirements. This site helps you access the GMP regulations called current Good Manufacturing Practices and provides a special emphasis on the drug cGMPs.

Most countries have their own GMPs for drug and medical device manufacturers. Those published on the Web, and of which we are aware, have links from this site.


But it is the singular or the plural? The FDA thinks it's one singular regulation.

Code of Federal Regulations

The Current Codified CGMP Regulations 21 CFR, Parts 210 and 211

In-Process Changes to the Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) Regulations

Federal Register Notice Proposed Rule, Proposed Changes to the CGMP Regulations about Validation, Out-of-Specification Findings, etc. (5/3/96)
Federal Register Notice Final Rule, Partial, Extension of Compliance Date, (7/29/97); or Acrobat Version
Federal Register Notice Proposed Rule, Revision of Certain Labeling Controls (7/29/97); or Acrobat Version


Or maybe it doesn't have anything to do with drug manufacturing - perhaps they're talking about Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism-cGMP.

Of course, Cisco people think about the Cisco Group Management Protocol.

So what do you do if you assemble information about the Current Good Manufacturing Practices for Cyclic Nucleotide Metabolism, and transmit this information using the Cisco Group Management Protocol?

Cubular, man.

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