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GxP Quality Guidelines and Regulations: Frequently Asked Questions

GxP refers collectively to several types of “good practice” quality guidelines and regulations, each serving a specific purpose. Rigorously following GxP guidelines safeguards consumer health by preventing poor quality and ineffective or adulterated products. In pharmaceutical product development, these include, but are not limited to:

  • GCP – good clinical practice
  • GLP – good laboratory practice
  • GMP – good manufacturing practice
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