Since 1st October 2012, special regulations have been applying to the US Type II Drug Master Files. This year in February, the FDA published a new Guidance for Industry. Read here what the DMF holder has to consider when submitting data about the API Drug Master File.
Since the coming into force of the “Generic Drug User Fee Act” (GDUFA) on 1st October 2012, special regulations have been applying to the submission to the FDA of a Drug Master Files for a pharmaceutical API (Type II DMF). The DMF holder must pay a one-time fee when authorising the reference of his/ her DMF in an application for a generic drug (Abbreviated New Drug Application, ANDA). Moreover, the DMF will undergo a completeness assessment through the FDA.
This year in February, the FDA published a Guidance for Industry entitled “Completeness Assessments for Type II API DMFs under GDUFA”…
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