One of the most successful alternative methods, the Limulus assay, has replaced about 90% of pyrogenicity
Earlier in 2017, the company received long-term implantation results from parts 3, 10, 6 and 11 of the ISO 10993 (Biological Evaluation of Medical Devices) suite of tests, which include evaluation of genotoxicity, sub-chronic systemic toxicity and pyrogenicity
A few examples of such processes are: acid treatment and microwave radiation, resulting in a reduction from 10 to 3 kDa, but with the disadvantage of high cost and residual acidity  ; irradiation at different temperatures in acid medium for 35 days to achieve a reduction from 71 to 21 kDa ; and enzymatic reactions using proteases such as papain, a cysteine protease, keeping in mind, however, that a high level of pyrogenicity
may occur due to the presence of proteins mixed with the end product , as the focus of application is biomedical.
Examination of LPS contamination by pyrogenicity
test on rabbits
Figures show 4,166 were used for pyrogenicity
tests - where they are injected with a fever - in 2013.
Included are cytotoxicity, sensitization, intracutaneous reactivity, acute systemic toxicity, implantation (two, 12, and 26 weeks), hemocompatibility (hemolysis and PPT), and pyrogenicity
tests: Implants, as well as sterile devices, should meet pyrogen limit specifications.
Among his topics are pyrogenicity
and bacterial endotoxin, electron beam processing, hydrogen peroxide vapor sterilization, cleaning and disinfecting sterile processing facilities, and auditing sterilization processes and facilities.
62,63) In addition, it should be monitored for sterility and pyrogenicity
For ISO 10993 evaluation, materials are assessed for cytotoxicity, pyrogenicity