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Microorganisms and a new horizon of scientific discoveries

The simplest form of life is composed of single-celled microorganisms…

29 June 2017 | By

The simplest form of life is composed of single-celled microorganisms which are thought to have appeared around 3.5x109 years ago.1 Interestingly, evidence has shown that chloroplasts and mitochondria were once free-living microorganisms that became incorporated into eukaryotic cells and eventually became energy-producing organelles.1 Biodiversity enables microorganisms to survive in extreme…

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The existence of life in extreme hostile environments

The beauty of the diversity of organic life stems from…

13 December 2016 | By

The beauty of the diversity of organic life stems from the ability of certain organisms to thrive in hostile and extreme climatic and environmental conditions where most normal life systems cannot survive1 . These extraordinary, microscopic forms have the power to persist more strongly than large macroscopic creatures2 . Most…

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RMM: In-Depth Focus 2015

In this RMM In-Depth Focus: Implementation of a rapid methods…

22 October 2015 | By

In this RMM In-Depth Focus: Implementation of a rapid methods portfolio at a pharmaceutical manufacturing site; Use of RMMs in quality control: challenges and benefits; Rapid assay for bioburden and other contaminations; RMM Roundtable...

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Microbiology In-Depth Focus 2015

In this Microbiology In-Depth Focus: Diversity of bacteria in pharmaceutical…

3 July 2015 | By

In this Microbiology In-Depth Focus: Diversity of bacteria in pharmaceutical water: significance and impact on quality, Risk-based environmental control and monitoring and Microbiology Roundtable...