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Embracing Rapid Microbiology

For the majority of the last one hundred years, microbiology laboratory methods have remained relatively unchanged, with tests being based on culture media and the foundations that were laid down by the pioneers of microbiology: Pasteur and Koch. It’s only relatively recently that the fundamental basis of testing has begun to change; as a result, rapid and alternative microbiological methods have emerged.

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Tim Sandle

Tim Sandle is the head of microbiology at Bio Products Laboratory (UK) and a tutor at the University of Manchester, specializing in microbiology, cleanrooms and sterilization.

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