Quality is at the core of everything we do, and BIOLOGOS is pleased to offer a wide range of standard tests across our product lines, as well as numerous specialty tests available upon your request. As an ISO 13485 and GMP certified facility, BIOLOGOS is well equipped to provide these tests across our product line, as well as offering a long-established partnerships with external testing providers.
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Sterility testing confirms that products are free from the presence of viable microorganisms. Sterility testing is very important for medical devices, pharmaceuticals, preparations, tissue materials and other materials that claim to be sterile or free from viable microorganisms. 9 CFR is the sterility testing method descrived by the FDA for liquid products, other than live vaccine, and is primarily used for non FDA regulated processes, such as reagent use. . USP-71 is the compendium standard for pharmaceutical and medical device testing of sterility.
Mycoplasma testing is primarily used to help determine if Mycoplasma pneumoniae is present in a sample of material. Mycoplasma contamination can be detected by polymerase chain reaction (PCR). PCR is easy, sensitive, specific, fast, reliable, efficient and costeffective. The PCR test is based on the detection of 16S rRNA molecules of the most common species of mycoplasma contaminating cell cultures.
The combination of these two tests satisfy the requirements of 9 CFR 113.53, which outlines the requirement for animal origin blood products to be verified free of any viral contaminants. Viral testing is performed to the specific species of origin of the sample (i.e. porcine, equine, bovine).
PH stands for Potential of Hydrogen. It refers to the hydrogen ion concentration in a solution. It is the measure of the acidity or alkalinity of a solution. The pH value ranges from 0 to 14 on a pH scale.
Osmolality is a measure of how much one substance has dissolved in another substance. The greater the concentration of the substance dissolved, the higher the osmolality. Very salty water has higher osmolality than water with just a hint of salt.
A measure of the hydrogen peroxide content in a solution.
Normality is a measure of concentration equal to the gram equivalent weight per liter of solution. Gram equivalent weight is the measure of the reactive capacity of a molecule. The solute’s role in the reaction determines the solution’s normality. Normality is also known as the equivalent concentration of a solution.
Blood chemistry package that provides data on key metabolic tests, such as protein, glucose, and metals analysis.
The Bacterial Endotoxins Test (BET) is an in vitro assay for detection and quantitation of bacterial endotoxins, a component of the cell wall of gram-negative bacteria. … Routine monitoring of water systems and incoming materials can help to ensure that the process does not contribute endotoxins to the final product.
A hemoglobin test measures the levels of hemoglobin in a serum sample. Hemoglobin is an indicator of quality of serum in regard to ruptured red blood cell components in the material.