Microbial contamination control encompasses many areas in the manufacturing process. You can control contamination using multiple practices and procedures aiming to minimize contamination. In this white paper, we provide valuable information on the history, validity, purpose, and implementation strategies for Microbial Contamination Control. 

Table of Contents

    • Introduction
    • Control Priorities
    • Personnel
    • Procedures
    • Facility Design
    • Monitoring
    • Summary
    • Acknowledgements

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