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a·sep·tic

 (ə-sĕp′tĭk, ā-)
adj.
1.
a. Free of pathogenic microorganisms: aseptic surgical instruments.
b. Using methods to protect against infection by pathogenic microorganisms: aseptic surgical techniques.
2. Lacking animation or emotion: an aseptic smile.

a·sep′ti·cal·ly adv.
a·sep′ti·cism n.

aseptically

(eɪˈsɛptɪkəlɪ)
adv
in a non-putrefying manner
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Preparation of samples [6]: the first group, sample 'A' was aseptically scrubbed and washed thoroughly under running water and the pointed ends were cut off.
Manufacturing medicines aseptically is, to say the least, challenging.
The big trend right now with biotech filling is that all products have to be filled aseptically and can't be terminally sterilized," says Marc Michael Machauer, Sales Manager at OPTIMA GROUP pharma (www.
The SIG carton is filled aseptically, meaning it is cooked in a very hot oven for a short time to sterilise the product and provide the long shelf life.
Juices were thermally pasteurized and aseptically packaged in three different nontransparent plastic containers and one transparent container, and then were stored under refrigeration conditions.
Their research suggests that bioindicators, such as flexible food-grade plastic pouches, can be used to validate the success of commercial sterilization treatments used on aseptically processed products in a continuous-flow microwave system.
The work, to determine the effectiveness of the double gloving method to control the risk of contamination when manufacturing aseptically prepared products, focused on workers using two pairs of Marigold's sterile, single use Suretech Biogel P gloves.
Lymph nodes, spleen, liver, and intestines from 10 beagles were aseptically obtained at necropsy in Maringa and frozen at -20[degrees]C until used at the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions in Baltimore, Maryland.
Hokkai says it was drawn to the ATP technology so it could manufacture hot-fill bottles that compete with aseptically packaged beverages.
A The specimen should be collected aseptically in three or four tubes:
OFFICIALS SAY CAMPBELL'S SELECT GOLD LABEL SOUPS WILL LEVERAGE THE COMPANY'S EXPERTISE IN DEVELOPING THE ASEPTICALLY PROCESSED SOUPS THAT ARE AVAILABLE IN EUROPE, AUSTRALIA AND, MOST RECENTLY, CANADA.