Several excipient monographs found to rely on same nitrogen tests that pet food adulterators fooled
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
Several pharmaceutical excipient monographs rely on the same non-specific nitrogen tests that were fooled by industrial melamine in pet food imported from China and infant formula sold in China, said Irwin Silverstein, VP of International Pharmaceutical Excipients Auditing, at a May 1 FDA workshop on economically motivated adulteration in College Park, Md
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