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"MICHAEL CARROLL (Sr. QA Mgr., Osteotech, Inc." <[log in to unmask]>
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     Sadly, most "authorities" don't place much faith in label claims- or
     your reliance on them, either-- so you'll probably have to VERIFY
     whatever they say vs. your own native bioburden- which is an extremely
     good idea, anyway-
        For QUATS: Keep an eye on Gram-negatives, especially Pseuds and
     Serratias-- if they aren't already resistant, they probably will get
     that way-
        For ANYTHING: Aspergillus is a must, but watch those BACILLUS
     species-- there are some SERIOUSLY-resistant cusses in that family-
     test your OWN species- and you might think about throwing in a real
     "validation" Bacillus, like B. stearothermophilus or B. sub. globigii,
     just to test "worst-case"-
        Good luck-
        M.Carroll ([log in to unmask])


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Subject: [PMFLIST] On The Ideal Label
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Date:    10/1/98 9:47 PM


To those who buy or who influence others to buy cleanroom disinfectants on the
basis, in part, of what efficacy claims are on the label, I would be
interested in knowing what "claims" folks would like to see on these labels.
Aspergillus sp. is an obvious choice.  What other efficacy claims would people
want to see documented on the ideal label?  Thanks.

Richard Prince
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