11.04.19 -- Leasing A Biotech Manufacturing Facility: A Due Diligence Checklist
The BioProcessing Asia Conference was created to advance the contribution of bioprocessing sciences, products, and medical interventions to the region. This e-book provides an illustration of cutting-edge presentations: from the sustainability of biosimilars, to the regulatory climate in Asia, the challenges facing the international bioprocessing community, and the latest technologies for viral vector/vaccine production. Some of the articles you’ll find within the e-book are:
The road to successfully acquiring a property for a biotech startup is littered with potholes and barriers. This article provides a technical due diligence checklist that the operating organization can use to frame its decision-making process.
This is the second part of a two-part article exploring various types of prefilled syringes (PFSs) for biopharmaceutical products. Part 1 looked at needle-free and dual-chamber prefilled syringes. Part 2 examines the various aspects of prefilled syringes with staked-in needles and their impacts.
Common fed-batch processes use highly concentrated alkaline feeds, which create the need for complex control strategies to minimize pH spikes during feed additions. This brief provides a process guidance for the use of modified amino acids in fed-batch processes.
Determining size homogeneity of a monoclonal antibody in solution is important for comparability and characterization of these medications. For this study, an IgG antibody was cleaved into antigen-binding fragments using pepsin and papain digestion, followed by protein purification.