Kathryn Remington

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Virus filters are membrane-based devices that remove large viruses (e.g., retroviruses) and/or small viruses (e.g., parvoviruses) from products by a size exclusion mechanism. In 2002, the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) organized the PDA Virus Filter Task Force to develop a common nomenclature and a standardized test method for classifying and identifying(More)
The timing and character of opening and closing temporomandibular joint sounds were evaluated in a sample of 33 asymptomatic subjects with reciprocal clicking. Using stereophonic headphones and videotape recordings, three consecutive reciprocal sounds were recorded and analyzed. The timing of the three consecutive opening and closing sounds was consistent(More)
Virus filters are membrane-based devices that remove large viruses (e.g., retroviruses) and/or small viruses (e.g., parvoviruses) from products by a size exclusion mechanism. In 2002, the Parenteral Drug Association (PDA) organized the PDA Virus Filter Task Force to develop a common nomenclature and a standardized test method for classifying and identifying(More)
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