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In-Depth Validation of Closed-Vial Technology
The authors describe a validation master plan for closed-vial filling technology.


BioPharm International
Volume 25, Issue 9, pp. 30-42

CONCLUSION

Developing a new technology for filling injectable products requires an in-depth validation plan to ensure that such technology meets all regulatory requirements and provides the necessary features to protect and conserve the product. This article has shown that the closed-vial technology satisfies all requirements according to regulatory authorities. This article describes a useful structure of investigation to follow to prove suitability for drug approval when developing a new container (or of a new part of container).

These data have been well received by the European authorities to support approval of Synflorix, a vaccine from GSK Biologicals against pneumococcal infections that has been approved in all European countries.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Aseptic Technologies receives grants from the Region Wallonne and from the Agence Wallone à l'Exportation (AWEX). Technology has been licensed by Medical Instill Technologies.

Benoît Verjans, PhD*, is chief commercial officer, Anne Glibert is in quality control, and Patrick Baleriaux is chief executive officer, all at Aseptic Technologies, Gembloux, Belgium. *To whom correspondence should be addressed,
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