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Single Use: In-Depth Focus 2016

In this Single Use In-Depth Focus: Disposables for continuous viral clearance for the production of monoclonal antibodies; Managing the quality of biologics manufactured by single use systems: A Japanese perspective; Single Use Q&A…

Single Use In-Depth Focus 2016
  • Disposables for continuous viral clearance for the production of monoclonal antibodies
    Laura Holtmann and Martin Lobedann, Invite GmbH, Jorgen Magnus, Bayer and Gerhard Schembecker, TU Dortmund University
  • Managing the quality of biologics manufactured by single use systems: A Japanese perspective
    Akiko Ishii-Watabe and Akihiko Hirose, National Institute of Health Sciences, Sei Murakami, Hitachi, Takehiro Okumura, Takeda Pharmaceutical, Hiroyuki Matsuda, Fujimori Kogyo and Daisuke Kajihara, GE Healthcare Japan Corporation
  • Single Use Q&A
    with Jean-Marc Cappia, Vice President, Marketing Fluid Management Technologies at Sartorius Stedim Biotech

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One response to “Single Use: In-Depth Focus 2016”

  1. Thomas Nacke says:

    I’m very interested in single use fermenter systems and especially for new developments in sensors.

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