Journal of Food & Industrial Microbiology

ISSN: 2572-4134

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Myeong Braga

Department of Dairy Products Processing, Inner Mongolia Agricultural University, Hohhot, P.R. China

  • Mini Review   
    Possibilities for Advancement in Sterilizing Microbiology Using Real-Time Flow Cytometric Bacterial Cell Measuring
    Author(s): Myeong Braga*

    Through patient contact, medical devices provide critical care and diagnostic applications. The probability that a single viable microorganism will be present on an item following a sterilization procedure is known as the sterility assurance level (SAL). Utilizing conventional laboratory-based culture media for enumeration, sterilization microbiology frequently relies on an overkill validation strategy that results in a 12-log reduction in the population of recalcitrant bacterial endospores. Sterilization microbiology relies heavily on conventional culture-based methods, which are the subject of this timely review. The inability to fully comprehend the inactivation kinetics of a sterilization process like vaporized hydrogen peroxide (VH2O2) sterilization and, as a result, to design effective sterilization procedures is taken into consideration.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2572-4134.2023.9.265

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