MEASURES THAT MATTER: MICROBIOLOGICAL QUALITY CONTROL FOR PHARMA
From a safety perspective, sterility is vital for any agent or drug designed for human use. After all, many microbes have pathogenic potential. However, beyond this, the presence of unwanted microbiological agents can also affect agent integrity, and this is especially the case for biologics. Microbial contamination can directly alter the physical properties of proteins, peptides, and nucleic acids, as well as elicit genotypic and phenotypic shifts in cell-based agents.
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The importance of sterility testing and workflow monitoring
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Microbial enumeration in liquid samples
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