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Frequently Asked Questions - Certificates of Analysis

A Certificate of Analysis refers to an authenticated document that is issued by Medicinal Genomics' Quality Assurance Department that ascertains that a product has met its predetermined product release specification(s) and quality.

What is a Certificate of Analysis?

A Certificate of Analysis (CofA) refers to an authenticated document that is issued by Medicinal Genomics' (MGC) Quality Assurance Department that ascertains that a product has met its predetermined product release specification(s) and quality.

What information is provided on a Certificate of Analysis?

An MGC CofA document includes the following:

  • Company Name/Identifier 
  • Identification of Kit Product /Product Name
  • Kit Part Number/Catalog Number
  • Kit Lot Number
  • Test Parameters
  • Specifications or Requirements
  • Results (qualitative and/or quantitative)
  • Approval Signature and Date
  • Relevant document traceability references (e.g. document number, revision, etc.)

How does a Certificate of Analysis (CofA) compare to a Certificate of Conformance (CofC)?

A Certificate of Conformance (CofC) is a document certified by a competent authority that the supplied goods or service meets the required specifications but does NOT typically include specific test conditions, test parameters, test specifications/expected results, and final results; also called Certificate of Compliance and Certificate of Conformity.

 

Who do I contact for support related to Certificates of Analysis?

You can reach Medicinal Genomics support at support@medicinalgenomics.com or by calling 866-574-3582. We're also available via chat during regular business hours on our website: https://www.medicinalgenomics.com/