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Articles by Jerold Martin

Jerold Martin


Jerold Martin is Senior Vice President, Scientific Affairs, at Pall Life Sciences, Biopharmaceuticals Group, and Chairman of the Board and Technology Committee of the Bio-Process Systems Alliance (BPSA). jerold_martin@pall.com

Articles
Pre-use Filter-Integrity Testing: To Test or Not To Test?
September 1, 2012

There is no harmonized guidance on pre-use integrity testing of sterilizing filters, prompting discussion among users as to whether such testing is necessary.

Understanding Gamma Sterilisation
February 1, 2012

This column will address some of the questions on how single use systems are sterilized by gamma irradiation and what documentation may be requested by regulators.

The Impact Of Single-Use Systems
December 1, 2011

Jerold Martin, senior vice president global technical affairs, at Pall Life Sciences, explains the importance and impact of single-use systems in sterile environments.

Focus on Standardisation, Quality by Design and Regulatory GMP
November 1, 2011

June and July saw three major US conferences on implementing single-use technologies: the IBC Single-use Applications meeting, the PDA Single-use Workshop and the Bio-Process Systems Alliance (BPSA) International Single-use Summit (ISUS). Jerold Martin highlights some of the key topics discussed at these meetings.

Particulate Quality Of Single-Use Filling Systems
September 1, 2011

Strategies to minimise particle levels in the finished product when using single-use technologies downstream of final filters.

The Single-Use Technology World Tour
June 1, 2011

Regions around the world are starting to follow the US trend in disposables and are working to solve common challenges.

Trends Towards Standardisation
February 11, 2011

Over the past 10 years or so, we've seen single-use technologies explode from production-scale filter capsules, tubing and simple biocontainers to encompass sterile connectors, membrane chromatography adsorbers, bioreactors, mixers, and integrated platform systems with increasing levels of sensors and automated controls.

Developing A Quality Agreement Template For Single-Use Systems
October 1, 2010

The development of quality agreements has long been recognised as a critical activity to ensure a product's quality meets regulatory requirements.

Aseptic challenges: the experts' view
December 1, 2009

What have been the key innovations that have shaped current aseptic practices and techniques?

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