Harvest and Recovery of Monoclonal Antibodies from Large-Scale Mammalian Cell Culture - Comparing primary harvest techniques adopted in commercial-scale operations for monoclonal antibody products. -

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Harvest and Recovery of Monoclonal Antibodies from Large-Scale Mammalian Cell Culture
Comparing primary harvest techniques adopted in commercial-scale operations for monoclonal antibody products.


BioPharm International
Volume 21, Issue 5

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