Evaluating Incubation Conditions in Micro-Organism Detection
Posted by Courtney Makolandra ON
Posted by Rapid Micro Biosystems ON December 17, 2019
A new white paper offers guidance on the optimal temperature for rapid time to results
Over the years, there has been substantial debate about incubation conditions for the Pharmaceutical Environmental Monitoring (EM) test with various recommendations being put forth. In a new white paper, Effect of Incubation Regime and Media on Micro-organism Detection for Environmental Monitoring, David Jones of Rapid Micro Biosystems evaluates three incubation strategies using different temperature settings to measure their impact on time to results and microbial recovery.
Download the white paper, Effect of Incubation Regime and Media on Micro-organism Detection for Environmental Monitoring to learn what Jones concluded from his study.
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