GLP is a worldwide regulatory requirement primarily used in studies that are undertaken to generate data by which the hazards and risks to users, consumers and the environment are assessed. nanoTox® work meets GLP standards of laboratory excellence that ensures the quality and integrity of data submitted to clients, third parties or regulatory agencies. These standards are fairly detailed and are designed to ensure that laboratory results are a true reflection of the data and that studies are reproducible. GLP data can be relied upon when making risk and safety assessments and therefore, are accepted by any regulatory agency or insurer, in addition to being difficult to challenge in any litigation situation.
GLP quality laboratory work from nanoTox® can help clients with submissions to the FDA, EPA, EMA and other worldwide regulatory agencies to gain approvals for products, including:
- nano medical devices,
- industrial chemicals,
- nano agriculture products,
- nanofoods, and
- nano food contact substances.
Many labs do not meet GLP regulations, as their work does not require such strict standards. Most of the university research laboratories do not operate under the established government GLP regulations for quality and record keeping, as their primary mission is generally basic research and teaching, rather than providing documentation for regulatory support. The laboratory at nanoTox® meets GLP standards and we are dedicated to excellence with regard to compliance and scientific applications for your project.