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Biowaste Management During Biopharmaceutical Plant Start-Up: From Regulatory Guidance to Verified Inactivation Methods


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Had pertinent data relating to chemical inactivation of CHO cells been available at the start-up of our facility, it would have been possible to move quickly and directly to an annual verification of the chosen methods. This paper should supply to other groups valuable in-formation that may be used in justifying the selection and use of similar inactivation procedures in their own facilities.

Mary Heenan, senior scientist, Process Development, Development & Technical Services, The Wyeth BioPharma Campus at Grange Castle, Wyeth Medica Ireland, Grange Castle International Business Park, Clondalkin Dublin 22, Ireland, 01.4696814, Fax: 01.4696896,

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