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The vagaries of Bioanalytical support for Phase II/III studies (Part II)
In our summer edition of Biographer we outlined some of the difficulties we have experienced with bioanalytical support of Phase II/III studies. The article received several sympathetic responses indicating the problems we have encountered are not unique to ourselves or the central laboratories we have worked with. We would like to offer some suggestions based on our own experiences.
“...we have been able to discuss with the organisers of the trials, the size and material of the tubes, labelling and reporting requirements, and appropriate racking“...we have been able to discuss with the organisers of the trials, the size and material of the tubes, labelling and reporting requirements, and appropriate racking or “bagging” of the samples to aid checking at the receipt stage... or “bagging” of the samples to aid checking at the receipt stage...””
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