The Bacterial Endotoxins Test (BET) is a test to detect or quantify endotoxins from Gram-negative bacteria using amoebocyte lysate from the horseshoe crab. It is utilized to verify that endotoxin levels in parenteral products and medical devices are safe for consumers. This webinar will provide a general overview of the test, regulatory guidelines, and a quick look at validation strategies.
Crystal M. Booth, M.M., is a Regional Manager a PSC Biotech and has over 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical microbiology, environmental monitoring, and quality assurance. She obtained her master’s degree in microbiology from North Carolina State University. Crystal is a seasoned award winning technical writer and author of Method Development and Validation for the Pharmaceutical Microbiologist. During her career, Crystal has worked in microbiology, consulting, quality assurance, CDMOs, R&D, and quality control laboratories. Crystal has developed and validated numerous microbial methods and has worked with many different product types.