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Rapid Microbiological Methods (RMMs)
Rapid microbiological methods are being enhanced by artificial intelligence (machine learning in particular). The aim is to speed up analysis; increase accuracy; avoid error and introduce a level of automation. Examples include microscopy, colony counting, and microbial characterisation and matching – each of which is based on improvements in image…
This journal features articles discussing what knowledge could help the industry to prevent the next nitrosamine-like contamination event, the key steps when validating analytical techniques for cell and gene therapies and how artificial intelligence is shaping microbiology. Also in this issue, using Raman spectroscopy and hyperspectral imaging to detect counterfeit…
Dr Tim Sandle explains that, whether rapid or conventional, documented on paper or computer, microbial methods must have data integrity.
A new paper shows thermal imaging (infrared thermography) can detect E. coli and S. aureus bacteria after just six hours of incubation, long before it is visible to the human eye.
Microbial detection methods are inherently flawed by three key factors, here we summarise Tim Sandle’s explanation of the concerns surrounding microbial methods and sampling.
FDA provides guidance on the validation and regulations for bio-fluorescent particle counting technology as an alternative, continuous method for bioburden testing in air and water systems.
In this video, Dr Tim Sandle explains how COVID-19 has impacted the application of rapid microbial methods (RMM) and much more...
This article presents statistics required to validate rapid microbial methods (RMMs) according to the requirements in the most recent version of European Pharmacopoeia (EP) 5.1.6. The validation methods for bioburden test application performed are also described.
29 July 2020 | By Charles River
In this webinar we discuss the results of our latest study where we evaluated the ruggedness, repeatability and specificity of commercially available rFC products, as well as our own recombinant product in development, against a large panel of endotoxins.
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.
In this whitepaper, bioMérieux describe the potential application of BioFire® FilmArray technology – a well-recognised technology used in infectious disease diagnostics – for rapid at-line detection of mycoplasmas in the pharmaceutical industry.