Glp Life Test has achieved GLP Accreditation from the Health Ministry and a licence to conduct experimental studies according to Good Laboratory Practice principles, following detailed inspection of its techno-scientific know-how, range of facilities and relevant apparatus.
Studies have to be conducted under GLP to ensure the quality, safety and reliability of experimental results to a standard suitable for official approval as a new product, and meeting the laws and regulations governing Mutual Acceptance of Data (MAD) among OECD member countries.
GLPs are accepted by all Regulatory Authorities within the confines of the European Union, including the European Medicines Agency (EMA) for approval of new drugs and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
Staff at Glp Life Test have decades of experience behind them in carrying out non-clinical toxicity trials on rodents via the main administering pathways, and abiding by OECD guideline protocols ensuring that all stages of trials are properly conducted, interpreted, reviewed and reported for submission to a Regulatory Agency.
With the staff’s decades of experience, Glp Life Test can ensure that rodent toxicology studies are properly and professionally conducted via the most important administration paths which include:
• gastric intubation (gavage)
• injection (intrapleural, intraperitoneal, subcutaneous, endovenous)
• intratracheal instillation
• dermal treatment
Personalized assessments will have to be made to find the pathway best suited to the specific requirement.