Webinar | June 25, 2018

Demonstrating Process Scalability With Robust And Turnkey Platforms

Source: MilliporeSigma

Upstream bioreactor process development and scale-up is a time-consuming step in recombinant protein production. Variability in the recombinant cell, cell culture media and bioreactor vessel contributes to the number of studies required to obtain a stable, productive, and scalable process. In our laboratory, we set out to develop a robust, turnkey platform that includes DNA vectors, modified cell lines, chemically defined cell culture media and single-use bioreactors. Here we demonstrate process development and scale-up of a recombinant CHOZN® GS clone in EX-CELL® Advanced™ cell culture media from small-scale flasks through bench-scale bioreactors and up to 50 L pilot scale bioreactor systems. While challenges typical of process scale-up were present, we consistently achieved the desired level of process performance across the different scales with minimal process optimization due to the robustness of the complete solution.

In this webinar, you will learn about:

  • Demonstrating the process development and scale-up of a recombinant CHOZN® GS clone in EX-CELL® Advanced™ cell culture media from small-scale up to 50 L pilot scale.
  • Achieving the desired level of process performance across the different scales.