In this era of increased pharmaceutical industry competition, success for generic drug companies is dependent on their ability to manufacture therapeutic-equivalent drug products in an economical and timely manner, while also being cognizant of patent infringement and other legal and regulatory concerns.Generic Drug Product Development: Solid Oral
Generic Drug Product Development and Therapeutic Equivalence. Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients. Analytical Methods Development and Methods Validation for Oral Solid Dosage Forms. Experimental Formulation Development. Scale-up, Technology Transfer, and Process Performance Qualification. Drug Stability. Quality Control and Quality Assurance. Drug Product Performance: In Vitro. ANDA Regulatory Approval Process. Bioequivalence and Drug Product Assessment: In Vivo. Statistical Considerations for Establishing Bioequivalence. Outsourcing Bioavailability and Bioequivalence Studies to Contract Research Organizations. Postapproval Changes and Postmarketing Reporting of Adverse Drug Experiences. The United States Pharmacopeia/National Formulary: Its History, Organization, and Role in Harmonization. Legal and Legislative Hurdles to Generic Drug Development, Approval, and Marketing. Index.