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Tony & Roz Cundell <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 30 Nov 1998 11:49:25 -0500
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Brien,

You do not state your affliation but we have formed a MetroNY-Northern NJ
SteriScreen Users group.

Details would be avaibable from Steve Richards, Schering-Ploug or Pat Booth,
Ortho.

Tony Cundell
Wyeth-Ayery
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At 09:34 AM 11/25/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Hello Y'all!
>I just got onto the PMF list today and thought I'd start off with a
>question immediately.
>We would like to start using Millipore's Bioluminescence technology in the
>micro lab wherever applicable to speed up efficiency, turnaround times,
>etc. Specifically, we are looking to use the Steriscreen system as an
>alternate test method to the USP Microbial Limits testing for relatively
>"clean" products and raw materials.  Additionally, we would like to use the
>Microstar system for testing our purified waters.
>
>Does anyone have any experience using any of these?  Any tips on
>validation, dealing with regulatory submissions, the USP or EP perspective,
>or FDA acceptance of these methods?  I know the USP states something to the
>effect that "automated procedures may be substituted if validation shows
>them to be equivalent or better", but is anyone using these routinely now?
>Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>Thank you.
>
>Brien David
>
>
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