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Downstream processing is an integral part of the production process of biopharmaceuticals and contributes quite significantly to the overall productivity and product quality, as well as to processing costs. Melanie Diefenbacher of Genedata provides a comprehensive overview of downstream processes, highlighting several challenges and the importance of investing into automation…
The field of regenerative medicine – an area promising a revolution in 21st century healthcare – has been enabled by rapid scientific advancements in recent years. There is a growing need for a new generation of therapeutic products, made more severe by the global shortages of organs available for transplantations.…
The new chapter describes a method for bacterial endotoxins (BET) testing using recombinant factor C (rFC) instead of limulus amoebocyte lysate (LAL).
A study that analysed QA/QC incidents at several biomanufacturing plants has revealed how companies can best hope to detect and mitigate virus contamination.
ASTM International says its new standard for single use system manufacturing processes will help to prevent the contamination of biopharmaceuticals with foreign particles.
Researchers have used CRISPR-Cas to edit the genes of contaminating proteins in mammalian cells used to produce recombinant-protein drugs, which could reduce costs and strengthen quality.
A new method has been developed by researchers which they say could allow E. coli and other pharmaceuticals to be produced in space, using shearing force and a viscometer.
Researchers have discovered low-cost preservatives that enable freeze-dried cellular machinery to retain full activity when stored at room temperature for cell-free biotechnology.
Researchers have shown that the CALB lipase enzyme can be used to produce macrocycles of a specified shape using biocatalysis.
The US NIH has initiated a clinical trial for remdesivir and two pharmaceutical companies will work together to manufacture antibody treatments to tackle the coronavirus.