Antibacterial is defined as can kill microorganisms, or within a specific time keeping microbial growth or reproduction under normal level, these microbes are usually bacteria or mold, when growth may produce odor, or generate biofilms slimy feeling or dirt spots, so products antibacterial appeal is after using the product, can be killed by bacteria or inhibit bacteria growth, achieve The effect of cleaning and deodorizing. Antimicrobial effectiveness testing is conducted in accordance with USP <51> antimicrobial potency testing, EP 5.1.3 antimicrobial preservative potency, and CTFA preservative challenge testing. The following microorganisms are required to be tested under USP <51>: escherichia coli, staphylococcus aureus, candida albicans, aspergillus brasiliensis, and pseudomonas aeruginosa.
CD Formulation can perform antimicrobial effectiveness testing (AET) or preservative effectiveness testing to help evaluate your product's ability to resist microbial contamination during use. Our experts provide this testing for injectables packaged in multi-dose containers and for products containing antimicrobial preservatives. We also test products in water-based, multi-dose topical and oral dosage forms, as well as drug dosage forms including ear, eye, rinse, nasal and dialysis solutions.
We perform antimicrobial effectiveness testing for method suitability and routine testing. Our bioburden testing capabilities include:
Membrane filtration method: a quantitative technique that uses membrane filters and vacuum to isolate bacterial and fungal colonies from fluid samples.
Standard Plate Counting / Inverted Plate Method: Isolation of bacteria and fungi by spreading sample preparations onto Petri dishes and adding nutrient agar that allows the growth of any microorganisms present.
Diffusion plate method: isolation of bacteria and fungi by spreading sample preparations onto nutrient agar plates.
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