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Updated US DMF Guidance Reflects GDUFA II, Electronic Submissions

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US FDA’s first revision of its foundational Drug Master Files guidance in 30 years contains few surprises but incorporates statutory and regulatory actions. Among the changes: a new section requiring electronic submission of DMFs and a section reflecting GDUFA II completeness assessments in Type II DMFs.

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