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Nelson Labs: supporting internal quality processes

14 May 2019 | By

Nelson Labs has a long history of partnering with pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies. We perform a variety of testing to support your internal quality processes including: sterility (USP 71) testing in a cleanroom for isolator environment, particulates testing (USP 787, 788) using a variety of methods, bacterial endotoxin, filter validations,…

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Charles River microbial solutions

8 May 2019 | By

Those who work in QC know that the job is more than a box to be checked, and that it can’t be done effectively without confidence in the reported results. Tight timelines, regulatory demands, and stringent data integrity standards can make it hard to focus on what’s really at stake…

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Microbiology In-Depth Focus 2019

7 May 2019 | By

The work of a pharmaceutical scientist requires precision, attention to detail and is of vital importance to the safety of products and ultimately patients. This section features insights from experienced scientists who’ve worked extensively in microbiological analysis, developing tests, methods and standards that help establish a foundation for the production…

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Whitepaper: Analytical criteria in bacterial endotoxin testing using LAL and rFC

21 February 2019 | By

This article covers the analytical criteria that apply to Bacterial Endotoxin Testing (BET) using Limulus Amebocyte Lysate (LAL) or recombinant Horseshoe crab Factor C (rFC) for the bioactivity determination of endotoxin in aqueous solutions, such as pharmaceuticals and medical device extracts. It explains the importance of these criteria for accurate…

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Rapid microbiological methods and the regulatory environment

23 January 2019 | By

Rapid microbiological methods (RMM) continue to gain acceptance within our industry and a number of companies have already realised significant gains in detection sensitivity, automation, throughput, time-to-result and return on investment (ROI) when they have replaced their classical methods with these alternative technologies.