Animal-Derived Ingredient (ADI)

Per FDA, "A substance of animal origin used to manufacture a drug product. They are primarily derived from by-products of food production and include extractions from certain animal material, and include milked animal fluids (e.g., venoms) and may even be human-derived.  Products of animal cell cultures, including monoclonal antibodies and therapeutic proteins, are not considered animal-derived APIs."

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