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New Drug Application (NDA) Number The term 'New Drug Application (NDA) Number ' as it applies to the area of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration can be defined as ' This six digit number is assigned by FDA staff to each application for approval to market a new drug in the United States. A drug can have more than one application number if it has different dosage forms or routes of administration. In Drugs@FDA, you can find the NDA number under the column named 'FDA Application.''.
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