11th March 2014 Content supplied by: rapidmicrobiology.com
Five Things You Might Have Missed About Endotoxin Testing
1) LAL and Rapid Microbiology Seminar Series - Charles River will be hosting a series of complimentary in-person seminars on LAL and Rapid Microbiology. These intensive seminars are designed to provide an overview of basic LAL test technology with in-depth analysis on the types of test methodology available. In particular, this seminar will focus on rapid endotoxin detection and issues sometimes encountered in endotoxin testing, including resolving interference issues and low endotoxin recovery. The speakers will be available to answer any of your endotoxin testing-related questions.
2) WinKQCL™ 5 Endotoxin Detection Software – Using Trending and Other Advanced Features scheduled for both European, Japanese and US time zones, this is a 60 minute complimentary webinar from Lonza covering how the advanced features in the WinKQCL™ Software save time, reduce costs and ensure compliance to 21 CFR Part 11 and Annex 11.
3) Webinar: Challenges in Endotoxin Testing - this Microrite webinar focuses on how changes such as outsourcing component manufacturing, changing material formulations, cleaning agents, lubricants and material formulations can have an impact on the results of the endotoxin test method and so it is important to understand potential issues and stay on top of the changes being made in the manufacturing process. You have to pay for this one - March 25th, 2014 1:30pm to 3:30pm Eastern Standard Time
4) The rapidmicrobiology.com Test Method guide to Endotoxin testing is now updated with supplier listing of companies supplying Endotoxin testing kits. Click here to visit Endotoxin Detection Methods for Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices
5) Get the latest in QC Testing by subscribing to the Lonza quarterly e-Newsletter and help support horseshoe crab conservation. Content includes: Technical tips, White papers, Webinars and Exclusive news items. Subscribe to QC testing eNews
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Date Published: 11th March 2014
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