1. Towards A Unified Process Development Strategy For Batch And Continuous Chromatography

    Here we describe a process development methodology that enables design of either a batch or a continuous chromatography step based on the same set of experimental data.

  2. Ovalbumin Removal In Egg-Based Influenza Vaccine Production

    This application note demonstrates the performance of Capto Core 700 chromatography medium (resin) as an alternative for ovalbumin removal in the production of egg-based influenza vaccine.

  3. Serving The Entire Pharma Market With Narrow-Body Aircraft And Passive-Temperature Packaging Systems
  4. Eppendorf Bioprocess Catalog

    With a comprehensive offering of single-use and traditional products for the growth of mammalian, microbial, insect, plant, and algae cells the Eppendorf bioprocess portfolio satisfies the demands of process development through production.

  5. Time Savings With Simplified Cell Culturing

    This application note describes how ReadyToProcess WAVE 25 can help reduce hands-on time as much as 25% in fed-batch culturing, while delivering excellent culture performance. For an optimized perfusion application, the use of intelligent control software enabled accurate regulation of process parameters. Over 100 × 106 viable cells/mL was easily achieved in seven days.

  6. Cultivation Of Aggressive Microbial Cultures Of Pichia And Bacillus

    Advances in single-use bioprocess technology have led to the rapid adoption of single-use bioreactors (S.U.B.s) across a broad range of applications within the biotechnology industry.

  7. Scale-Up Of Microbial Fermentation Using Recombinant E. Coli

    Fermentation production facilities can utilize the Thermo Scientific™ HyPerforma™ Single-Use Fermentor (S.U.F.) instead of traditional stainless steel cleaning-in-place/ sterilization-in-place (CIP/SIP) fermentor vessels without modifying their existing procedures.

  8. How To Adopt A New Pharmaceutical Innovation Paradigm

    Dan Balan, president of Fast Track, discusses the urgent need for pharma to address and revise the innovation paradigm.

  9. A Case for Co-Sourcing Laboratory Services

    Many industry observers believe the need for responsive, collaborative, and tech-savvy partnerships is paramount in the new emerging business environment. Success or failure in this environment will be defined by operational agility to research, adapt, produce, and deliver products rapidly under fluctuating market conditions. 

  10. Managing Laboratory Consumables

    Since All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten first appeared in 1988, its simple, profound wisdom has inspired the world. Among its easily digested messages are a few gems that research scientists would do well to employ in their labs every day: Share everything, Play fair, Put things back where you found them, CLEAN UP YOUR OWN MESS, Don't take things that aren't yours.

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