Nomenclature of Biotechnologically Derived Pharmaceutical Substances — A View from Japan

  • Takao Hayakawa
Conference paper


Some aspects regarding Japanese Accepted Names (JAN) for biotechnologically-derived pharmaceutical substances are described from the point of view of a regulatory scientist who is engaged in the quality control of these types of drugs, as well as from the viewpoint of a biochemist.


Pharmaceutical Substance Simple Protein International Nonproprietary Name Human Melanoma A375 Cell Biotechnology Drug 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Takao Hayakawa
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  1. 1.National Institute of Hygienic SciencesSetagaya-Ku, Tokyo 158Japan

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