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Staying ahead of the game

Preventing contamination from occurring is a true challenge. Get insights, knowledge and expertise about ensuring a productive, safe and contamination free research and production environment.

Welcome to the Getinge Life Science articles section, a place for sharing our knowledge and expertise in contamination prevention for the Life Science Industry. Learn from Subject Matter Experts in Sterilization, Cleaning, Isolation and Material Transfer applications to ensure safe, reliable and contamination free processes and workflows

Proving leaktightness of the DPTE® system

The DPTE® system is the industry benchmark for secure sterile transfer in pharmaceutical production. It reduces manual intervention and so lowers contamination risk.

Top 3 Causes of Cross Contamination in Biosafety Facilities

Cross contamination in BSL-3 and BSL-4 laboratories represents a significant risk to personnel and the surrounding community due to the dangerous agents housed within these facilities. Unlike cross contamination in other laboratories, which typically only leads to false-positives in scientific tests, contamination in BSL-3 or BSL-4 facilities has the potential to lead to a life-threatening epidemic

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5 Factors for Safe Material Transfer in BSL-3 and BSL-4 Facilities

Recent incidents in some of the world's most prestigious BSL-3 and BSL-4 laboratories demonstrate that if proper protocols are not followed, contamination can cause detrimental results

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The 4 Pillars of successful labware cleaning

Standard laboratory washing protocols are established by balancing the factors of the Sinner’s Circle to ensure quick, thorough and economical laboratory glassware cleaning. The Sinner’s Circle is essentially an equation that consists of four factors: mechanical action, chemical action, temperature and time.

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