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The Latest Sterile Filtration Research Available in the May/June PDA Journal

Apr 30, 2018

Interested in the latest research on filtration? The May/June issue of the PDA Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology features three research articles on filtration-related topics.

Editorial

  • Govind Rao

Research

  • Thomas Loewe, et al., “Benchmarking of Sterilizing-Grade Filter Membranes with Liposome Filtration”
  • Eric Vozzola, et al., “Life Cycle Assessment of Reusable and Disposable Cleanroom Coveralls”
  • Steven Novick, Perceval Sondag, Tim Schofield and Kenneth Mille, “A Novel Method for Qualification of a Potency Assay through Partial Computer Simulation”
  • Alexander Helling, et al., “Retention of Acholeplasma laidlawii by Sterile Filtration Membranes: Effect of Cultivation Medium and Filtration Temperature”
  • Stefanie Funke, et al., “Methods To Determine the Silicone Oil Layer Thickness in Sprayed-On Siliconized Syringes”
  • Roberto Menzel, et al., “Comparative Extractables Study of Autoclavable Polyethersulfone Filter Cartridges for Sterile Filtration”

Technology/Application

  • Cleyton Lage Andrade, et al., “A Model of Risk Analysis in Analytical Methodology for Biopharmaceutical Quality Control”

PDA Paper

  • Deborah Autor, et al., “PDA Points to Consider: Best Practices for Document/Data Management and Control and Preparing for Data Integrity Inspections”
  • Emma Ramnarine, Kevin O’Donnell, “Demonstrating PQS Effectiveness and Driving Continual Improvement: How to Get There Through Evidence-Based Risk Reduction: Part 1 – Conceptual Thinking”

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