During the meeting, agency officials noted they were looking closely at updates to the Cosmetic Good Manufacturing Practice Guidelines/Inspection Checklist (2008) and the Chapter 23, "Microbiological Methods for Cosmetics," of its Bacteriological Analytical Manual (BAM).
What does BAM stand for?
BAM stands for Bacteriological Analytical Manual
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- Birmingham Area Linux Users (Alabama)
- Bay Area Linux Users Group (California, USA)
- Bay Area Land Use Task Force (Bay City, Michigan)
- Outstanding Amount
- Aluminium Magnesium Boride (chemical compound)
- Bab Al Mandeb (Syria)
- Bachelor of Applied Mathematics
- Bachelor of Arts in Management (various schools)
- Bachelor of Arts in Music
- Badminton Association of Malaysia
- Baikal-Amur Mainline
- Ballistic Advanced Missile
- Banca Agricola Mantovana (Italian bank)
- Banco Agrícola Mercantil (Guatemala bank)
- Bangor (Amtrak station code; Bangor, MI)
- Bar à Manger (French: Bar Dining; Paris, France)
- Baring Asset Management
- Base Accountabilities Model (Australia)
- Baseline Assessment Memorandum
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The FDA determined that the TaqMan Salmonella enteritidis Detection Kit by Life Technologies is equivalent in accuracy, precision and sensitivity to the agency's standard methods described in the FDA's Bacteriological Analytical Manual (December 2007 edition).
The FDA determined that the TaqMan Salmonella enteritidis Detection Kit by Life Technologies is equivalent in accuracy, precision and sensitivity to the agency's current standard methods described in the FDA's Bacteriological Analytical Manual (December 2007 Edition).
The SDIX test performs significantly faster than the FDA's Bacteriological Analytical Manual (BAM) method and other commercial tests, yielding results for environmental samples and eggs in only 2 days.
A specific procedure for processing samples of raw produce is not described in the FDA Bacteriological Analytical Manual.