Evolution of GMO requirements for innovative investigational medicinal products upon transition to the EU CTR

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The EU CTR replaced the EU CTD on 31 January 2022, which impacts investigational medicinal products that fall under genetically modified organisms (GMO-IMPs). This article discusses the specificities of the new CTR process for GMO-IMPs and updates on the GMO application processes in light of these changes.

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