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13 articles tagged with "life science".

Are Non-Sterile Drugs Free From Bacterial Contamination?

By Emma Foster on Thu 31 March 2022

Contamination of pharmaceutical products and medications by microbes poses a serious threat to patients' health. Aside from the direct impact on patients' health and safety, it's important to remember that removing pharmaceuticals from the market can harm the company's brand and reputation, resulting in a considerable reduction in profit and sales volume.

What Test is Required to Ensure the Quality of Sterile Product?

By Emma Foster on Wed 30 March 2022

We routinely devour eyedrops, injectables, and items that should meet the state of being sterile, yet how could this be accomplished?

The Role of Peptones in Present-Day Aging Innovations

By Emma Foster on Fri 25 March 2022

Dairy, brew, and wine creation was the beginning stage for the utilization of maturation processes. Nonetheless, this innovation has progressed so much that these days it can embrace enormous scope creation of fundamental prescriptions like immunizations.

Do You Know What a MFT is?

By Emma Foster on Fri 25 March 2022

Guaranteeing the security of sterile items in the drug business is without a doubt one of the field's principal challenges. Learn more about sterile drug monitoring.

Are We Familiar with All the Bacterial Resistance Mechanisms?

By Emma Foster on Fri 04 March 2022 in Home

The significance of biofilm development in industry is obvious when taking a gander at the figures: 33% of produce in the evolved way of life is lost every year because of bacterial deterioration. But do we really know what a biofilm is?

Cell Culture Media – Supplementation of Media and Media Handling

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

A guide to supplementation of cell culture media and media handling

Cell Culture - Eye Examinations

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

The general health of any culture needs to be examined before an eye examination in cell cultures. Follow these observations to examine cell cultures quickly and accurately.

Mycoplasma Contamination

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

Mycoplasma are prokaryotic cellular organisms and the smallest cells capable of autonomous growth. How does a mycoplasma infection occur?

Cell Freezing Techniques

By Emma Foster on Fri 29 October 2021

In cell culture techniques, cells or tissues are removed from the organism (animal or plant) and introduced into an artificial environment with ideal conditions for growth. This procedure helps scientists and researchers to study and understand more about the cells.

Why You Should Choose Hard-Shell PCR Microplates

By Emma Foster on Thu 21 October 2021

Microplates are currently utilized for quantitative and qualitative high-throughput screening and research all around the world. Why should you choose to use hard-shell PCR microplates over standard ones?

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