During monoclonal antibody (mAb) manufacture, continuous flowsheets could offer ~20 percent–40 percent cost of goods (COG) saving over the batch process, for instance, during low commercial demand, a paper suggests.
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The new Pharmaceutical Center of Excellence from Nelson Labs offers state-of-the-art chemistry manufacturing and controls (CMC) analytical testing support.
15 February 2024 | By Mettler Toledo
During this virtual panel, industry experts will discuss the latest advances and applications of process analytical technology in the pharmaceutical sector.
The approach applied in the research on bioreactors represents a significant advancement over traditional methods, according to the researchers.
The bacterial detection method is robust and highly sensitive over a wide concentration range and does not require DNA amplification, research suggests.
Included in the revised ISO 10993-17 guideline are requirements for toxicological risk assessment of medical device constituents, such as extractables and leachables (E&L).
Aptamers offer a “cutting-edge approach” for identifying gram-negative bacterial pathogens, a paper suggests.
An effective analytical framework for a broad spectrum of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) and complex mAb biotherapeutics has been developed, according to a recent study.
The rising demand for biopharmaceuticals and a greater focus on cross-contamination are two of the biggest factors expected to impact the extractable and leachable (E&L) testing services market between 2023 and 2030, research predicts.
An ultra-high sensitivity and super-resolution infrared imaging technique for single proteins could lead the way to a multitude of applications using infrared nanospectroscopy.
Virtual seminar presented by Christine Farrance, PhD, Senior Global Scientific Affairs Liaison of Microbial Solutions at Charles River designed to improve your understanding of how to leverage NGS to analyze the entire genome and mixed samples in a single, efficient test to identify, classify, and understand microbes in mixed and…
Research published in Green Chemistry suggests that using carbonated water in chromatography makes the analytical process more environmentally friendly.
After decades of development and refinement, the separation of proteins by capillary electrophoresis (CE) has moved beyond the R&D laboratory into the manufacturing quality control laboratory. Here, Giuseppe Peddio and Federica Bisceglia discuss the advancements in CE technology for development applications and batch release for biopharmaceutical products.