Good Housekeeping: The Art Of Contamination Controls

19:02 EDT 1 Oct 2019 | LifeScienceLeader

It took Dr. Joseph Lister a while to convince physicians that something invisible had to be protected against, but since the concept took hold, cleanliness has been a major concern in life sciences. Now there are numerous standards defining “clean” in hospitals, pharmaceutical manufacturers, biotech labs, and other life sciences areas, plus numerous options for meeting those standards. By Wendy Meyerhoff, Life Science Leader magazine

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