To support upstream bioprocess development, a study has demonstrated real-time monitoring of the growth phase in a 3D printed, single-use bioreactor.
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A paper has demonstrated a novel refractometry-based process analytical technology (PAT) system has potential for enabling adaptive process control in CGT manufacturing.
HIV patients received real-time antiretroviral dosage data from an innovative edible sensor in a clinical trial.
Innovations in analytical science: development of rapid, high-throughput glycoanalytics for biopharmaceuticals
Researchers have developed a novel high-throughput method for the detection of glycans in purified biopharmaceutical samples. In this article, Victoria Smith, Lewis Wharram and Stuart Jamieson discuss their innovative approach and the implications for safety and potency assurance in biopharmaceuticals.
The presence of salt provides a persistent challenge, as fluctuations in salt concentrations affect the selectivity and sensitivity of biosensors...
An innovative way to inject light into tiny silicon microdisks could help meet the need for practical chip-based sensors to detect cancer and other diseases.
Engineers have developed a miniature, ultra-low power injectable biosensor that could be used for continuous, long-term alcohol monitoring...
Circumventing evolution in cell factories can pave the way for commercialising new biobased chemicals to large-scale.
14 October 2015 | By GE Healthcare
In this webinar, we discuss SPR fragment screening of wild type GPCRs enabled by sensitive biosensors and optimised membrane protein assays...
13 December 2011 | By Michael J. Miller, President, Microbiology Consultants
This is the sixth and final article in our series on Rapid Microbiological Methods (RMMs) that have appeared in European Pharmaceutical Review during 2011. In our last article, we reviewed the world of nucleic acid amplification technologies, including PCR-DNA amplification, RNA-based reverse-transcriptase amplification, 16S rRNA typing and gene sequencing for…
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In order to meet the challenges demanded by the requirements of Process Analytical Technology (PAT), the modern microbiological laboratory needs to become more innovative in microbial detection, identification and enumeration. Technology is becoming available that will speed up microbiological analysis, potentially allowing pharmaceutical microbiology tests to get as close as…