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 SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE SEARCH

  1. Pubmed/Medline: Free US National Library of Medicine database of references.
  2. Science Direct : An online books and journals resource.
  3. Scirus : Scientific research tool.
  4. Toxnet : Databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health and toxic release.
  5. Embase : Biomedical Answers.
  6. Doaj : Directory of open access journals.
  7. Springer : International publisher science, technology, and medicine subjects.
  8. Wiley: Online Library
  9. Scopus : Scientific, technical, medical, and social science literature.
  10. Ojose: Online journal search engine.
  11. Meta press: Metapress hosting services for academic publishers.
  12. High Wire : Free full text Science search.
  13. Karger : Connecting the world of biomedical science.
  14. Emerald : Advance search results on all the subjects.
  15. Web of science : Intellectual Property and science search.
  16. Cochrane : To provide the best evidence for health care.
  17. Thieme : Resources for students
  18. Sage: Publisher of books and journal in india and south asia.
  19. Medworm : Pharmacy, Medical and health related articles.
GUIDANCE DOCUMENTS AND INFORMATION
  1. ICH Guidelines : International conference on harmonisation guidelines.
  2. WHO Guidelines : World health organization guidelines.
  3. IPEC Guidelines: The international pharmaceutical excipients  council europe.
  4. PIC/S: The pharmaceutical inspection convention and pharmaceutical inspection co-operation scheme.
  5. EMA:  Europe medicines agency
  6. European Commission: Medicinal products for human and veterinary use.
  7. PAHO: Pan Americal health organization.
  8. 21 CFR Part 210: Current good manufacturing practice in manufacturing, processing, packing, or holding of drugs (General)
  9. 21 CFR 211: Current good manufacturing practice in manufacturing, processing, packing, or holding of drugs; Current good manufacturing practice for finished pharmaceuticals.
  10. 21 CFR 58: Good laboratory practice for non-clinical laboratory studies.
  11. 21 CFR 600 : Biological products in general.
  12. 21 CFR 601: Licensing.
  13. 21 CFR 610: General biological products standards.
  14. 21 CFR 606: CGMP for blood and blood components
  15. FDA: Food and drug administration.
  16. TGA: Therapeutic goods administraion.
  17. Heath Canada: Guidelines
  18. CDSCO: Central drugs standard control orgainzation.
  19. MHRA: Medicine and heath care products regulatory agency.
  20. PMDA: Pharmaceuticals and medical devices agency, Japan.
  21. MEDSAFE: New Zealand medicines and medical devices safety authority.  
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