Corpus ID: 19710520

Application of membrane filtration for removal of diminutive bioburden organisms in pharmaceutical products and processes.

@article{Sundaram1999ApplicationOM,
  title={Application of membrane filtration for removal of diminutive bioburden organisms in pharmaceutical products and processes.},
  author={Srikanth Sundaram and Maddalena Auriemma and Glenn Howard and Harvey J. Brandwein and Frank P. Leo},
  journal={PDA journal of pharmaceutical science and technology},
  year={1999},
  volume={53 4},
  pages={
          186-201
        }
}
  • Srikanth Sundaram, Maddalena Auriemma, +2 authors Frank P. Leo
  • Published in
    PDA journal of pharmaceutical…
    1999
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • In this report, we present results of a recent investigation in our laboratories demonstrated the effect of process conditions and/or drug product composition on the ability of 0.2 micron and 0.22 micron sterilizing grade filters to fully retain Ralstonia (formerly Burkholderia, formerly Pseudomonas) pickettii. R. pickettii is a opportunistic pathogen widely distributed in nature as well as clinical specimens and there have been several reports of nosocomial infections due to intrinsic… CONTINUE READING

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