Newsletter | June 24, 2020

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Managing Refrigerated vs. Frozen Drug Product: What’s The Big Deal?

The most common storage is ultralow temperature storage, but the fastest growing is cryogenic, in vapor phase liquid nitrogen. This transition is huge. Chain of temperature and custody data is imperative.

What Are Exosomes?

Gain an understanding of exosomes, which are recently attracting the attention of researchers as new mediators of cell-cell communication transporting biomolecules such as lipids, proteins, and RNAs in vivo.

Cost Savings And Speed: The Untapped Value Of A Single-Source Solution

Small and emerging companies face significant challenges in today’s market. This calls for an alternative solution to help them achieve success.

Standardization Is Key To Building A Successful Global Business Strategy

Standardized approaches to biomanufacturing can lower costs, improve outcomes, and alter the landscape of the global pharmaceutical market.

Can You Afford Not To Outsource Buffer Preparation?

The decision whether or not to outsource buffer preparation is not clear-cut, but it does provide an opportunity to balance risk with reward. This column examines the benefits of outsourcing.

The Effect Of Discreet PEG Linkers On ADC Structure And Binding

To investigate the chemical challenges that can be overcome by the right choice of the linker, we have explored the influence of a variety of polyethylene glycol (PEG) linkers on the structure of a model cysteine-bioconjugate.

Rapid Developability Assessment Of Early-Phase Molecules

Scaling-up liquid formulations can present a number of challenges. Learn about potential formulation and filling issues when transitioning a liquid formulation from feasibility through commercialization.

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