Cryologics, Inc. eNewsletter


May 2014


Welcome to the May 2014 issue of our eNewsletter!  In this issue, we spotlight the announcement of our new website.  We also present Dr. Jeanne Moldenhauer's article in last month's issue of American Pharmaceutical Review™, in which she addresses the question of environmental monitoring media and incubation conditions.


Announcing Our New Website!
Stunning New Graphics and Easier Navigation 

We're very excited to announce the launch of our new website!  In addition to stunning graphics, we've simplified navigation so that information is more easily accessible.

* Our new home page provides a brief description of our CryoHC® and CryoLC® products.
* Each product page provides all the information you need, including a description, pricing, compendial applications, and sample submission form.
* Our "Resources" menu provides easy navigation to our well-known Bibliography on the use of in-house isolates, FAQ, our sample submission form, and our News page.
* The bottom of every page provides "Microbes in the News", our contact information, and free Newsletter sign-up.

And if you're curious what it feels like to be "micronized" and swimming with a bacterium, view the banners on our home page as you scroll through it.  Try it and see!

Justification of Incubation Conditions Used for Environmental Monitoring

By Jeanne Moldenhauer, Ph.D.
Dr. Moldenhauer addresses the question of environmental monitoring media and incubation conditions in last month's issue of American Pharmaceutical Review™.  She cites the most recent revision of USP <1116>: "Time and incubation temperatures are set once the appropriate media have been selected. Typically, for general microbiological growth media such as SCDM, incubation temperatures in the ranges of approximately 20°C-35°C have been used with an incubation time of not less than 72 hours."  A company therefore must establish the appropriate media/medium and incubation condition (time, temperature, etc.).  She provides a concise and pragmatic approach to establishing these parameters.
Dr. Moldenhauer astutely points out the importance of including in-house isolates: "Test organisms should include both laboratory stock cultures and environmental isolates from the facility...  Some companies choose to include more organisms of a specific type that they routinely find in their environment, or have been associated with adverse trends or sterility failures."  Be sure to visit our Bibliography page for more regulatory and industry references on this topic.

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In This Issue
Announcing Our New Website!
Justification of Incubation Conditions Used for Environmental Monitoring
Product Spotlight

Our CryoLC® and CryoHC® products are your cost-effective solution to preparing your in-house microbial isolates for use in compendial testing.


* No advance planning. Ready in minutes. Simply thaw, mix and aliquot.


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