Microbial Identification and Contamination

The ability to identify exactly which microorganism strain is present in a sample is a fundamental need of almost all microbiologists, and rapid molecular techniques for these analyses are replacing traditional culture-based methods. Microbiological contamination refers to the non-intended or accidental introduction of infectious material like bacteria, yeast, mould, fungi, virus, prions, protozoa or their toxins and by-products.

 

  • Biopharmaceuticals
  • DNA technology
  • Microbial-enzymes
  • Microorganisms

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