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Dry Heat Sterilisation

Dry Heat Sterilisation is a sterilization method utilizing a heat oven or continuous tunnel (gas or electric heated), as opposed to steam sterilization in an autoclave, usually used for glassware and metal parts. In depyrogenation temperatures of 250ºC result in sterilization and the inactivation of endotoxin present on the surface of the equipment.

Andrea Charles

Dr. Paul Matejschuk, Principal Scientist at the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control, joined Pharma IQ to discuss optimal formulation development, ahead of Lyophilisation for Biologicals 2011, taking place in Belgium from the...

Contributor: Andrea Charles
01/04/2011 07:00:00 PM EST
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Kevin Murgatroyd, Senior Pharmaceutical Consultant and expert in the field of cleaning and validation of freeze dryers, joins Helen Winsor from Pharma IQ, to discuss lyophilisation in biologicals. Murgatroyd looks at the key criteria when...

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12/06/2010 07:00:00 PM EST
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Dr. Paul Matejtschuk Principal Scientist at NIBSC, joins Andrea Charles from Pharma IQ, to address the key challenges in optimal formulation development and how advances in freeze drying have impacted on formulation development. Matejtschuk also...

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11/24/2010 07:00:00 PM EST