The Pharmaceutical Microbiology Forum presents YouTube videos at its YouTube channel Pharmaceutical Microbiology Forum [https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO-HG1T9lzHXtOKJ67UMPLA] related to microbiological areas pertinent to a wide variety and skill levels of industrial microbiologists, among other microbiologists. The videos most often will not include an audio portion to enable viewing on any device without the need for headphones/ear buds so as to not bother others.
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BCC for Non-aqueous Products [Q and A]
USP Antimicrobial Effectiveness Test and In-Use Tests
Objectionable Organisms Pertaining to Environmental Monitoring
Personnel Monitoring Requirements