Dear forum members,
we want to develop a microbiology method to detect cephalosporin trace
in production areas after cephalosporin decontamination.
Do you have any suggestions which microorganism, culture media and
inactivator are most suitable? If you have used a method for a similar
situation we will appreciate if you give us more information. The only
reference we have is the one from FDA (By lines No 3 and 8, Nov 1977)
which is referred to detection of penicillin trace in products.
Microbiology Lab Supervisor
Elpen Pharmaceutical Co. Inc
95, Marathonos Ave. 190 09 Pikermi, Greece
Tel: (+30) 210 6039326-9 Fax: (+30) 2106039300
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