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Safety testing Adventitious agents (in vitro and in vivo). These assays are designed to detect the presence of infectious viral agents of human or animal origin (serum, trypsin). Ch. 2 PRODUCTION OF RESEARCH AND CLINICAL AAV 35 Mycoplasma. The test for the presence of mycoplasma relies on expansion of cells in antibiotic‐free conditions and detection of the organism using dye or PCR, as well as growth of mycoplasma on appropriate agar media. Endotoxin. Endotoxin can be detected using the LAL or rabbit pyrogen assays.
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