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Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Pharmaceutical Microbiology

Microbiology is a discipline of biology that studies microorganisms, which are organisms that are too small to be seen properly with the naked eye. Bacteria, viruses, protozoa, algae, and fungi are among these organisms. Pharmaceutical microbiology is the study of specific microorganisms involved in the discovery, scale-up, and manufacture of pharmaceuticals, as well as the subsequent reduction or removal of microbes in a process environment. Microorganisms and microbial by-products such as exotoxin and endotoxin are removed from water and other starting materials as part of quality control in pharmaceutical manufacturing to assure sterility of finished pharmaceutical products. The fermentation of suitable substrate for the manufacturing of therapeutics, food supplements, and industrial solvents, as well as the development of the numerous vaccinations that have been so important to the betterment of global health, are examples of areas of utility. Pharmaceutical microbiology also covers the importance of the presence of a wide range of microorganisms and toxins (microbial by-products such as endotoxins and pyrogens) in pharmaceutical raw materials, intermediates, finished products, and pharmaceutical manufacturing environments, as well as the microbiological control of pharmaceutical products, manufacturing environments, and people. Pharmaceutical microbiology covers a wide range of topics.

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