Wiley Biotech Briefings – An Advanced Course for the Regulatory Professional: TSCA and Industrial Biotechnology

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When is a microbe or microalgae considered naturally occurring and when are they subject to EPA premanufacture review? What kinds of products produced by microbes and microalgae are subject to TSCA? Wiley Environment & Product Regulation Practice partner Martha Marrapese examines the basic TSCA framework, exemptions, and best practices for TSCA filings during this session.
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