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IPQ Monthly Update, June 2015

In focus are: ● FDA’s CDER on the role of the control strategy in application approval recommendations and the challenges reviewers face in piecing the story together ● the key role a novel excipient played in the development of a new insulin inhalation product and the broader implications of the experience, and ● ICH’s effort to address the pressing questions on API CMC and GMP through Q&As on Q7 and Q11....

ICH’s API Coverage Deepening with a Newly Released Q&A on Q7 and a Q11 Q&A Project on Starting Materials Underway

A newly released Q&A from ICH on its active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) GMP guideline Q7 and another Q&A being prepared on the more recently issued API development and submission guideline Q11 are intended to address issues that have surfaced in implementing the two guidelines and drive more uniform interpretation across industry and regulators worldwide....

EMA Starting Material Requirements

In September, EMA released a reflection paper on the selection and justification of starting materials. The paper clarifies issues that have arisen in the wake of the implementation of ICH’s API development and manufacturing guideline Q11.

ICH Q8-11 Oriented Submission and GMP Expectations for Process Validation and Other Quality Issues Taking Shape in Europe

The effort in Europe to update its expectations for process validation (PV) to reflect the quality management principles underpinning ICH Q8-11 moved closer to completion in late February with the issuance of a final guideline on PV submissions for medicinal products and a draft revision of EU GMP Annex 15....

IPQ Monthly Update, February 2014

In focus are the nexus of problems facing industry and regulators in the global CMC arena. The stories explore: ● the post-approval change constrictions in Japan and how they compare and interface with those globally ● the discussions among a panel of global regulators on expediting reviews, and the implications for the CMC review process ● the impact that the global regulatory maze is having on vaccine suppliers, and ● the challenges the biotech industry faces in making even minor, low-risk changes post-approval, and what needs to be done to address them....

Post-Approval Change Regulatory Burden Draws Heat at Japan Biotech CMC Strategy Forum

Industry associations have been meeting with Japanese regulators to highlight the problems they are experiencing in Japan’s process for regulating post-approval manufacturing changes, including a lack of flexibility around biotech product changes that results in most requiring prior approval as well as meetings with the agency to resolve unclear expectations....

FDA is Working to Expand Question-Based Review Approach From Generic to Innovator Applications

A working group that spans the new drug and generic reviewing offices at FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) is nearing release of a proposed revision of the questions it developed under its question-based review (QbR) approach for generics that is designed to be applied to innovator applications as well....

EMA GMP Chapter Draft Revisions Focus on Current Compliance Focal Points from Shared Facilities to Defect Investigations

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has released draft revisions of four of its GMP chapters, intended to communicate its expectations regarding current compliance focal points including supply chain oversight, shared facilities, starting materials, lab method transfers, and investigating and reporting quality defects....

Better Glycosylation Understanding Would Further International Biotech Regulatory Convergence Efforts, CMC Strategy Forum Participants Agree

Regulators are highlighting a better understanding of protein glycosylation – its linkage to product safety and efficacy and what constitutes appropriate characterization – as an important element in developing a more internationally-aligned approach to regulating biotech products....

GPhA Weighs In On API and QbD Issues Needing Clarification for Generics; OGD Outlines Starting Material Expectations

The designation of drug substance starting materials and the information that will need to be provided on them in Drug Master Files are among the issues on which members of the Generic Pharmaceutical Association (GPhA) are asking for further clarification from FDA’s generics office as it moves forward in upgrading its review processes with the support of quality-by-design (QbD) principles and user fee resourcing....
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