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Regulatory Focus™ > News Articles > Understanding and Implementing Good Tissue Practices (GTPs)

Understanding and Implementing Good Tissue Practices (GTPs)

Posted 01 July 2008 | By

Many of the requirements of the Good Tissue Practice (GTP) regulation will be familiar to those who work under Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) or Quality Systems Regulations (QSRs). However, it is important to recognize that GTPs do have some unique requirements not found within existing GMP/QSR regulations. Thus, to ensure compliance with GTPs, a systematic assessment of current quality systems is essential to identify and fill any gaps. This article provides an overview of GTPs and offers considerations for assessing the state of compliance with GTP requirements.

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