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Good Laboratory Practices- An Overview of Its Various Working Areas

Rajni Saini


Good laboratory practices also abbreviated as GLP is one of the indispensable areas of any organisation that is meant to look after the quality working under framed guidelines, rules and regulations by regulatory authorities. The GLP draft was designed in 1976 and became the enforced regulation of USA from 1979


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