BioPharm International April 2018

April 2018 | Volume 31, Issue 4
BioPharm International April 2018 Issue
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Cover Story
Advances in wearable devices have made it possible to deliver high-volume, high-viscosity biologics.
Updated guidelines and new technologies aid visual inspection of parenteral products and packaging.
Access to multiple analytical techniques is essential for fully characterizing complex protein formulations.
Early adopters are benefiting from lower costs and increased productivity.
This is the first of a series of three articles about validation and technical transfer in the bio-pharmaceutical industry.
Developments and investments in single-use systems advance upstream biomanufacturing.
Outsourcing analytics can be a cost-effective way for biopharma companies to adapt to new technologies and regulations.
Regulatory Beat
Accelerated development of new preventives raises challenges for efficient CMC evaluation and production.
Ask the Expert
Certificates of analysis can be used to monitor the reliability of products and their suppliers, says Susan Schniepp, distinguished fellow at Regulatory Compliance Associates.
From the Editor
More diversified therapies and tighter payer budgets will challenge bio/pharma companies to think outside the industry.
Product Spotlight
By BioPharm International Editors
Keystone Folding Box has added a new line of secondary packaging systems for injectable pharmaceutical products.
By BioPharm International Editors
The Concentrating Pipette Select from InnovaPrep is a small automated benchtop instrument that can concentrate contaminates from large volumes of liquids for improved detection.
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