Cryopreservation of human whole blood for pyrogenicity
41]Ca solution was given to human subjects, considerable effort was made to characterize it in terms of elemental composition, radioactivity, sterility, and pyrogenicity
batch safety and potency testing, and pyrogenicity
The extrusion process requires no cooling/processing with water, eliminating pyrogenicity
This manufacturer of silicone-based materials for healthcare, aerospace, electronics and photonics has extended its biocompatibility support to include sensitization, genotoxicity and pyrogenicity
testing for its line of pigmented silicone masterbatches.
This includes tests for cytotoxicity (ISO MEM elution and colony forming assay), sensitization (Kligman), intracutaneous irritation, systemic toxicity, implantation, pyrogenicity
(LAL and in vivo) and genotoxicity (reverse mutation, chromosomal aberration and mouse micronucleus assay).
One large family of toxins in this category are the pyrogenic toxin superantigens (PTSAgs), whose hallmark biological activities include potent stimulation of the immune cell system, pyrogenicity
, and enhancement of endotoxin shock (49-51).
s Silastic medical-grade silicone elastomers are reported to meet rigorous biosafety tests for medical applications, including pyrogenicity
and skin sensitization tests, tissue cell cultures, 90-day implant tests, and lot testing for 28 trace metals.
Another topic, which has shaped parts of my career is pyrogenicity
These include cytotoxicity, hemolysis, sensitization, and pyrogenicity