More on Low Endotoxin Recovery in the September/October PDA Journal!
Cannot get enough of the latest on low endotoxin recovery? Check out a research article on the topic in the September/October PDA Journal of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology.
- “Development of Protein-Like Reference Material for Semi-
Quantitatively Monitoring Visible Proteinaceous Particles in
Biotherapeutics,” Srivalli N. Telikepalli, et al.
- “Sample Treatment that Solve Low Endotoxin Recovery Issues,”
- “Vapor Phase Hydrogen Peroxide Uptake by Silicone Tubing and
Primary Packaging Components during Protein Drug Product
Aseptic Filling: Impact by Pre-treatment and Sterilization Process,”
Yuh-Fun Maa, et al.
- “Single-Use Container Closure Integrity I: Using Microbial Ingress
Test Method to Determine the Maximum Allowable Leakage Limit
(MALL),” Saeedeh Aliaskarisohi, et al.
- “Retrospective evaluation of cycled resin in viral clearance studies –
A multiple company collaboration,” Louise Bennett, et al.
- “Preventing Cross-Contamination During Lyophilization. GMP and
Occupational Cleaning Requirements for Nonproduct and Indirect
Product Contact Parts,” Richard Denk, et al.
- “Charting and evaluation of real-time continuous monitoring water
bioburden,” Raphy Bar
- “The Bugs Don’t Lie,” James Agalloco
- “Fidelity to Science & Correct Scientific Vocabulary – Microbial
Control Versus Contamination Control,” Ed Tidswell, et al.