Following the emergence of the novel coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, trends began to emerge in the industry during a period of rapid adaptation. What can we learn from the global crisis, and which changes are likely here to stay?
Following clinical development, and in preparation for approval, it is essential to plan for the commercial manufacturing of your cell culture media. Read about considerations before, during, and after clinical trials that can help you maintain the biologic drug approval status you have spent years working to achieve.
Employing media prototyping is one way to identify the most feasible cell culture media for cGMP scale-up and to decrease potential issues with solubility, manufacturability, and procurement later on. Learn more.
The pressure continues for manufacturers to quickly produce approved vaccines in unprecedented volumes. Learn about the challenges of sourcing critical process materials from reliable suppliers and how consistency and collaboration are required to ensure a reliable supply of bioprocess materials.
Media formulations supporting the production of biologics, such as cell-, gene-, and protein-based therapies, consist of a large number of raw materials sourced globally from different suppliers. Here's how to ensure a reliable raw material supply and to mitigate risk from variability.