The impact of rapid microbiological methods (RMM) on the scientific community has been widespread and profound. Lucpah Nekati explains how their numerous benefits enable deeper understanding, faster and more easily.
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Application note: Application of flow cytometry for microbiological monitoring of pharmaceutical grade water
As the main excipient for the pharmaceutical industry, water is integral to patient safety and the quality of pharmaceutical products.
This application note shows the neutralisation efficiency of ICR swabs for sanitsed surfaces in aseptic manufacturing environments.
This application note shows the detection of low numbers of different bacterial test strains from Neoprene® gloves.
All drug products have to undergo sterility testing to comply with Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP). Rapid sterility testing, which offers an incubation period of five days or less, provides a solution.
Essential points of active air sampling units for use in your high-grade cleanrooms, along with requirements for prevention of cross-contamination.
The manufacturing process does not always allow for immediate transfer of samples to the incubator space and may be pre-stored.
This webinar will address the evaluation of microbiological, environmental monitoring data as well as what would be considered significant differences in data.
Marc Baiget Francesch explains how commensal bacteria can be opportunistic pathogens and why treating them as merely a light threat to cleanrooms can bring disastrous consequences.
Researchers have developed a novel microrobot made from bacteria and red blood cells which they say could be an effective form of drug delivery.
Researchers at Aston University and Birmingham Children’s Hospital, UK, have discovered a highly effective three-drug approach to treat Mycobacterium abscessus (M. abscessus), a notoriously drug-resistant pathogen that affects up to 13 percent of cystic fibrosis (CF) patients in the UK.
7 February 2020 | By OSIsoft
Trustworthiness in data is critical for operations within the pharmaceutical and life sciences industries, whether it is for compliance, operational excellence, reporting or development. Hear the latest findings from OSIsoft’s research in our on-demand webinar.
Clinical microbiologists have started using new, non-conventional methods to study the microbiology of the human gut. In this article, Jeanne Moldenhauer discusses the intricacies of culturomic and metagenomic studies and how this can advance current research.