The FDA has published a new Guidance on the validation of analytical methods which shall replace the 14 years old existing Guideline on the topic. More details about the contents of this highly topical document can be found here.
A new FDA Guidance for Industry entitled “Analytical Procedures and Methods Validation for Drugs and Biologics” was published a few days ago. This Guideline replaces the Guidance for Industry “Analytical Procedures and Methods Validation” from 2000 (this document has never been finalised and has had a draft status 14 years long) and – when finalised – should also replace the “Guidelines for Submitting Samples and Analytical Data for Methods Validation” which came into force in 1987.
Unlike the previous Guideline from 2000, the new document explicitly mentions biologics in its title. The objective of the Guideline is to inform applicants about what data are…
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