NIBSC

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NIBSCNational Institute for Biological Standards and Control (UK)
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A unique feature of the LC-MS/MS insulin assay reported here is the consistency and harmonization of the NIBSC insulin standard and the synthesized recombinant human insulin.
Knowledge of the most prevalent pathogens currently being found in biologics from Phil Minor, NIBSC
We have now successfully completed both fresh and frozen human plasma testing, as part of a test validation process facilitated by NIBSC," said Dr.
A new WHO International Standard has been produced by NIBSC (coded 08/204) and has been evaluated by an international collaborative study.
Older pituitary-derived human GH (hGH) preparations contain a wide variety of isoforms, whereas the newer, recombinant WHO International Standards [Recombinant DNA-Derived Human Growth Hormone, NIBSC (National Institute for Biological Standards) codes 88/624 and 98/574] consist purely of 22-kD GH (8).
The biological activity of Biocon's G-CSF used in clinical trials was evaluated by NIBSC (National Institute of Biological Standards and Control), UK, which provides independent testing of biological medicines.
The NIBSC reported it conducted safety tests on mice, rats, and ferrets.
It is a >97%-pure recombinant standard and has been well characterized by the NIBSC.
FLUPAN partners include the NIBSC, the University of Reading (UK), Instituto Superiore di Sanita (Italy), the Health Protection Agency (UK) and the University of Bergen (Norway).
The NIBSC site is based at Blanche Lane, South Mimms, Potters Bar, Hertfordshire, EN6 3QG.