Monday, 18 July 2016

Criteria for the Selection of Rapid Microbiological Methods


Rapid microbiological method technologies aim to provide more sensitive, accurate, precise, and reproducible test results when compared with conventional, growth-based methods. Rapid methods normally involve some form of automation and the methods often capture data electronically. With several different technologies available on the marketplace, the microbiologist has a difficult, and sometimes expensive, choice to make in selecting the optimal method. This article outlines some of the considerations that need to be considered for their selection.

The reference for the article, by Tim Sandle, is:

Sandle, T. (2016) Key Criteria for the Selection of Rapid and Alternative Microbiological Methods, American Pharmaceutical Review, 19 (3): 46-48

For further details, please contact Tim Sandle

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