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FDA Identifies Excipients At Risk for Potential Melamine Contamination; Issues Alert That New USP Standards for Heparin Products Will Result in Decreased Potency

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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FDA officials have alerted pharmaceutical manufacturers and suppliers of 23 drug excipients that may be at risk for melamine contamination and outlined certain compendial and non-compendial procedures to follow for better detecting its presence

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