Centrient Hits Milestone On Antimicrobial Resistance
Semi-Synthetic Penicillin APIs Reach Target
Centrient has declared itself one of the first companies to announce progress in achieving Predicted No-Effect Concentration discharge targets for the largest part of its antibiotics – the firm’s semi-synthetic penicillin active pharmaceutical ingredients portfolio. In addition, 97% of Centrient’s SSP finished-dose formulation products are also PNEC compliant, according to the firm.
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