Integrated single-use freeze-thaw assemblies with reliable component parts, such as the connectors supplied by CPC, have become the primary implementation choice for achieving successful drug substance transfers between manufacturing facilities.
By working together across the biopharma industry, digital technology can be leveraged and data science can reengineer key elements of the drug manufacturing process to ease commercial scale-up.
Preventing patients from receiving “counterfeit, diverted, sub-potent, substandard, adulterated, misbranded, or expired drugs” is a critical element of the mission of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Chain of custody for genetic and cell therapies differs and is more complex than for traditional pharmaceuticals, and the requirements for documentation vary as well.
Streamlining, connecting, and automating workflows to shape the future of cellular treatment delivery has the potential to transform how we treat and potentially cure once life-threatening diseases.
Emerging cellular therapies aim to manufacture cell populations for clinical indications, such as cancer, autoimmune, and cardiovascular diseases. As hospitals and translational facilities explore implementation of this technology they concurrently evaluate whether or not to manufacture the therapies onsite. Here is a guideline of how and when to get started.
See how this solution not only provides additional capital savings but will also resolve potential manufacturing floor space limitations.
CPC has an army of biopharma experts ready to provide you with highly-tested bio-pharma connectors and global support.
Watch the video to meet Patheon’s (part of Thermo Fisher Scientific) API drug substance team and get an inside look at their Florence, SC facility.
IASO supports stakeholders who are responsible for bringing innovation to market in the form of combination products for oncology.
The industry is looking for answers about the implementation of continuous bioprocessing. Pall Biotech is here to help you to find them. Watch our video for quick insights into bioburden control strategies in continuous bioprocessing.
When CDMOs understand what motivates drug innovators to outsource, who is involved in the service provider selection decision, and which CDMO attributes have the greatest influence on CDMO selection they are able to communicate what is unique about their offering to the right audience at the right time.
This video introduces Singota Solutions, a CDMO focused on getting products to patients faster by being agile, accountable and transparent. A team of industry experts help virtual to large pharma clients reach preclinical and clinical milestones faster with shorter lead times and agile onsite operations. Services in formulation development, finishing and supply chain support Singota’s flagship aseptic filling operations. A gloveless robotic isolator provides highly repeatable and precise filling for high value drug products.
The AseptiQuik G 1-1/2” Sanitary option expands CPC’s extensive termination offerings, which now include six termination sizes from 1/8” to 1” hose barbs, with 3/4” and 1-1/2” sanitary options.
Genderless AseptiQuik® G Connectors enable quick and easy sterile connections, even in non-sterile environments.
AbbVie’s new aseptic fill / finish vial line located in Sligo, northwest Ireland, is approximately 130 miles from Dublin. This state-of-the-art line supports lyophilization for potent and biologics along with liquid fill vials. Equipment installation is underway with production commencing H2 2020.