If your company has used Cetero Research's Houston facility to conduct bioanalytical studies between April 1, 2005 and June 15, 2010, your marketing applications may need to be repeated or confirmed. By now, you should have received a letter from FDA asking that new bioequivalence studies be conducted, or if there is supporting stability of the analyte throughout the entire frozen storage period, that samples from the original BE studies be re-assayed.
The week, FDA further clarified their requirements regarding studies conducted at Cetero during the aforementioned time frame as follows:
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