Are Cleanrooms Clean? Human Microbiome Project Raises Some Questions
This article was originally published in The Gold Sheet
Research into the “human microbiome” has broad implications for the “industrial microbiome” of pharmaceutical cleanrooms: Every day, healthy cleanroom workers are shedding pathogens that environmental monitoring cannot identify due to the limitations of culture-based methods. A leading pharmaceutical microbiologist suggests making some changes.
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