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Validation and Operation of a Sterility Testing Isolator: A Study Proposal | IVT

One of the concerns with the sterility test, especially when high-value products are handled, is the risk of false positives that can lead to expensive and lengthy failure investigations (and where proving a false positive is extremely difficult, therefore, the outcome can often be batch rejection). A false positive can be described as a contaminating microorganism that has been transferred into the test media through cross-contamination by personnel or from the test environment; in contrast, to microbial contamination being present in the product under test.  Where the sterility test is...

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