|Course Description :|
The course includes studies on the microbiological quality assurance where the students will study how to handle pharmaceutical preparation samples and will be familiar with the conventional and rapid microbiological methods used for identification of bacteria and fungi. They will also study how to evaluate different sterilizing processes. During the course, students will be exposed to the effect of the material and design of the container and closures on the activity and stability of pharmaceutical preparation, with special emphasis on microbiological point of view. They will also be familiar with modern biotechnology in production of substances from microorganisms such as antibiotic and insulin. A section on the genetic and biochemical basics of resistance of microorganisms to biocides is included.