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DYNALABS is pleased to announce Nichole DiLoretta as our Vice President of Operations.

Nichole DiLoretta supports our company’s quality driven and focused direction. DYNALABS is focused on sustainability with a quality focused approach in our operations. We not only want to meet our current client and regulatory needs in today’s economy, but we also want to be proactive to position DYNALABS ahead of the curve to anticipate the future needs of our clients and the industry.

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DYNALABS Named One of the Nation’s Fastest-Growing Inner City Businesses

The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) announced that St. Louis’s DYNALABS has made the 2018 Inner City 100 list of the fastest-growing inner city businesses in America, based on revenue growth. This is the second time that DYNALABS has earned this award. ICIC is a 25-year-old national nonprofit founded by Harvard Business School professor Michael E. Porter. The organization promotes economic prosperity in America’s inner cities through private sector investment that leads to jobs, income and wealth creation for local residents.

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“Maximizing the full potential of others”

DYNALABS’ own Nichole DiLoretta was nominated to be one of the Wonder Women for St. Louis Small Business monthly. We very proud of her and her devotion to us here at DYNALABS but to the people she helps outside the work place. Nice Work Nicole!

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Announcing a new National Accounts Manager, Christine Versichele.

In this role, Christine’s focus will be working directly with strategic multi-national and global accounts within the pharmaceutical compounding industry. This focus is consistent with DYNALABS’ business model for sustainable accelerated growth. We believe Christine’s vast industry knowledge and experience will serve her well in identifying new opportunities and developing cost-effective custom solutions. As National Account Manager, Christine will further promote DYNALABS’ guiding principles – Patient Safety, Affordable Healthcare, and Business Success – within the…

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Using USP to determine Microbial Enumeration

DYNALABS provides USP <61> as the pinnacle test to determine Microbial Enumeration (aka bioburden) in non-sterile samples. This microbial analysis acts as a quasi-sterility test with an expected CFU count for monitoring the microbiological profile of a product’s ingredients and of finished products.

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DYNALABS announces Director of Quality & Regulatory Affairs

DYNALABS LLC is pleased to announce Nichole DiLorretta as our Director of Quality & Regulatory Affairs. Nichole is responsible for daily QA operations as well as corporate projects related to quality and regulatory compliance. Nichole holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology, with an emphasis in Biochemistry from Southern Illinois University. She holds Forensic Science and Forensic Chemistry and Analysis certification from Saint Louis University.

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DYNALABS Announces New President

We’re pleased to announce that Jun Fabella has accepted the position of President of DYNALABS. For some time now, Jun has been leading the drive to expand our infrastructure with the goal of enhancing our efficiencies and processes. In doing so, he has been executing the DYNALABS’ philosophy of ‘relentless pursuit of excellence’.

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DYNALABS Enhances Antimicrobial Effectiveness Testing for USP

Through the continuing enhancement of our internal systems and sample receipt processes, the testing for USP <51> has seen a significant reduction of time in receiving these test results.

Antimicrobial Effectiveness testing is performed to determine the efficacy of preservatives within a compound against specific challenge organisms. DYNALABS’ AE testing procedure is based on USP chapter 51 guidelines. This test is used for testing multi-dose pharmaceuticals and products.

Testing for USP<51> requires Suitability Testing and will also require the preservative to be declared on the samples labeling. Required sample amount(s) for the routine testing will be based upon the preservative indicated.

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Custom Packing Slip

Improvements to our Test Request processs For reference, you may download an example of the packing slip by clicking here. If you have any questions at all please reach out to us at The DYNALABS’ online Test Request process will soon generate automatically a custom packing slip. You enter no additional data; the information needed for the packing slip has already been entered as part of the normal sample submission web pages; all you…

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