The meeting addressed various issues surrounding medicines and vaccines, including regulatory status and role of regulatory authorities in ensuring drug quality and availability, efforts at the harmonization of medicine and vaccine standards towards achieving self-reliance, experiences from members regarding halal medicines and vaccines, and NMRA
role in the control of counterfeit medicines and vaccines.
is required, for instance, by Article 39 of the World Trade Organization's agreement on Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights to protect undisclosed trial data against 'unfair commercial use', 'except where necessary to protect the public'.
The genes encoding TFs NmrA
and Ace3, Endo T (TrireRUTC30: 142298) with mannosyl-glycoprotein endo-N-acetyl-[beta]-D-glucosaminidase activity and the acid peptidase pepA, as well as a small heat shock protein-encoding gene hsp23, were putative Xyr1 targets.
Fittingly, he also added a win at Bowling Green, getting a Bracket 3 victory during an NMRA
Such is the political zeal among the Congress- led UPA government at the Centre that unlike other regulatory bodies for various sectors, the mining regulatory bod, NMRA
, will be armed with prosecution powers.
The company is also unveiling its 2010 Saleen S281 at the NMRA
representatives recently testified against a move to reduce the number of violations for over-serving that result in license revocation from five to two within a year.
market, according to Infoscan NMRA
scanning data of the top five grocery chains and Superdrug stores.
World Health Organization defines substandard medicines (also called out of specification (OOS) products) as genuine medicines produced by manufacturers authorized by the NMRA
which do not meet quality specifications set for them by national standards.