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Disposables: Keeping Pace with Today's Disposable Processing Applications
The third in a series on disposables


BioPharm International
Volume 20, Issue 4

Reduced capital costs, faster installation, and the smaller footprint of single-use systems as compared to stainless steel equipment have helped make in-house production feasible for many biotechnology companies. These benefits also provide significant cost-savings for large drug companies and contract manufacturers.

Hélène Pora, PhD, is the marketing director at Pall Life Sciences, Pall France, Saint Germain-en-Laye Cedex-France, +33.1.30.61.32.20,

REFERENCES:

1. BioPlan Associates. Third annual report on biopharmaceutical manufacturing capacity and production. 2005 Jun. Cited in Brown A. Chem Processing. Disposable equipment makes lasting gains. 2006. http://www.chemicalprocessing.com/articles/2006/017.html.


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