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ADRIAN AMODIA ALMEIDA <[log in to unmask]>
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Hello Everyone
I am working on a method suitability to demonstrate recovery of microorganisms in order to perform Bioburden to an Antibiotic containing oral solution. Can anyone recommend literature that can list enzymes to inactivate different antibiotics ?  can someone offer some tips on how to validate a method for this?
thanks in advanceAdrian  

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