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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, good clinical practice (GCP), good laboratory practice (GLP), and good manufacturing practice (GMP).

In this guide, you’ll learn to answers to questions like:

  • What are the consequences of GxP noncompliance?
  • Why is it important to have a quality management system to ensure GxP compliance?
  • How are the various GxP types defined, and what are their core principles?
  • What are best practices for GxP compliance?

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