Fundamentals of Viral Clearance Studies Series – Part 3: Study Design Factors For Optimal Log Reduction

Dr. Kathryn Martin-Remington of BioReliance

Dr. Kathryn Martin-Remington of BioReliance

As we return to the series on the fundamentals of conducting viral clearance studies, Dr. Kathryn Martin-Remington, Principle Scientist for Clearance Services at BioReliance offers insight into viral reduction on a logarithmic scale. Part 3 examines realistic expectations for viral reduction and demonstrates how to maximize reduction potential of large volume assays.

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In the meantime, we encourage you to submit any comments or questions you may have for Dr. Remington here on SAFC Live.

To read the previous parts of this series, please choose the links below:

Part 1: Selection of a Viral Panel and an Appropriate Virus Spike

Part 2: How to Design Pre-Study Experiments For Viral Clearance Studies


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