Hi Brian, I believe the compound removed was an active- therefore you'd be well advised to repeat the coupon studies to be safe (IMHO). If it were a diluent or excipient you'd probably be OK in-situ but a change or omission in an active is significant- Mike CarrollNewnan, GA
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