Thursday, 14 March 2019

Clean facilities round-table

Tim Sandle was a participant in the American Pharmaceutical Review Clean Facilities Roundtable, December 2918, with Tony Cundell, Claire Briglia, Paula Peacos, David Jones, Tim Sandle, Poonam Bhende, and Donald Singer.

Here is an excerpt, from Tim Sandle: “Rapid methods will become more important, in order to address the problem with conventional microbiology of reacting several days later to an event. One more recent development with environmental monitoring methodologies is with optical instruments which aim for the real-time counting of microorganisms and non-viable particles from samples of air. Optical spectroscopy is an analytical tool that measures the interactions between light and the material being studied. These instruments work by elastic light scattering.”

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Posted by Dr. Tim Sandle, Pharmaceutical Microbiology

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