GLP is a formal regulation created by the USFDA as these regulations were proposed on November 19, 1976, and designated as a new part of Chapter 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) as 21 CFR Part 58 in 1979. In 1981 an organization named OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) produced GLP principles that are international standards.


The biosafety levels determine the measures used to protect the workers, a necessary laboratory requirement. To achieve suitable biosafety and biocontainment, a variety of tools, procedures, and laboratory design elements can be combined. These are established by biological risk analyses that are carried out, especially for each experimental technique. By biosafety […]

Image Source: In the field of molecular biology, the visualization and analysis of DNA and proteins are crucial for various research endeavours. Gel electrophoresis has long been the go-to method for separating and analyzing nucleic acids and proteins. However, the process of visualizing and quantifying the separated molecules was […]