Code of Federal Regulations, Title 21, Food and Drugs, Pt. 1-99, Revised as of April 1, 2010

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Government Printing Office, Jun 28, 2010 - Law - 511 pages
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Contents

CHAPTER IFOOD AND DRUG
7
Title
21
ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
43
Part Page 1 General enforcement regulations 5
50
Product jurisdiction
55
Organization
60
Enforcement policy
66
Administrative practices and procedures
76
Environmental impact considerations
236
United States
248
and The European Community
260
Protection of human subjects
280
Financial disclosure by clinical investigators
292
Institutional Review Boards
296
Good laboratory practice for nonclinical labora
306
tory studies
311

Electronic records electronic signatures
110
Formal evidentiary public hearing
114
Public hearing before a public board of inquiry
132
Public hearing before a public advisory committee
136
Public hearing before the Commissioner
164
Regulatory hearing before the Food and Drug Ad ministration
166
Civil money penalties hearings
172
Standards of conduct and conflicts of interest
186
Public information
189
Protection of privacy
220
Patent term restoration
319
Part Page
326
Color additive petitions
334
Listing of color additives exempt from certifi
341
Listing of color additives subject to certification
392
Color additive certification
433
General specifications and general restrictions
439
Listing of certified provisionally listed colors
446
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