GCLP

AcronymDefinition
GCLPGood Clinical Laboratory Practice (quality assurance guidelines)
GCLPLas Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain)
GCLPGeorgia Certified Landscape Professional (voluntary testing)
GCLPGlobal Change in Local Places (research project; est. 1996; US NASA)
GCLPGippsland Community Leadership Program (Australia)
GCLPGuilford County Libertarian Party (North Carolina)
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Can nurses perform multiple POCT and be trained in GCLP? The answer is 'Yes', but there are issues concerning computer literacy for using GeneXpert.
Good clinical laboratory practice (GCLP): The need for a hybrid of good laboratory practice and good clinical practice guidelines/standards for medical testing laboratories conducting clinical trials in developing countries.
UK biotechnology company Epistem plc (LSE:EHP) said on Monday that the company's Biomarker Division has secured the Good Clinical Laboratory Practice (GCLP) accreditation status, strengthening its clinical biomarker capabilities.
This GCLP accreditation allows the company to support the later stage clinical phases of drug development, assuring customers that all studies will be conducted to GCLP quality standards set by the British Association of Research Quality Assurance.
GCLP status demonstrates that the Biomarker Division operates to a standard that assures the reliability, quality and integrity of the work and results generated.
Pathology Diagnostics Ltd is an independent GCLP accredited histopathology research organisation delivering high-quality tissue laboratory & diagnostics services to industry Research & Development scientists engaged in drug and biomarker development.
Pathology Diagnostics prides itself in continually extending its GCLP accredited central laboratory services for both early stage R&D studies and clinical trials, now with the addition of tests for central and peripheral nervous system and musculoskeletal disease monitoring.