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Upstream Processing
Protein expression, fermentation & cell culture, and plant & animal expression methods, along with process development, scale up, and technology transfer for upstream steps.

Single-Use Bioreactors for the Rapid Productionof Preclinical and Clinical Biopharmaceuticals

October 1, 2014

Fed-batch processes were scaled up from traditional bench-scale bioreactors to large-scale single-use systems.

Challenges of Protein Aggregation during Purification

September 1, 2014

Careful selection of downstream processing conditions is a must.

Ensuring the Safety, Quality, and Identity of Biopharmaceutical Raw Materials

August 1, 2014

Going beyond pharmacopeial requirements is essential for the quality and safety of raw materials.

Improving Protein Expression with Novel Systems

May 1, 2014

New human and plant-based expressions systems can enable faster product development and improve quality at potentially lower costs.

Novel Vaccine Technologies Meet the Need for Pandemic and Therapeutic Solutions

May 1, 2014

New approaches to vaccine production are targeting rapid supply for pandemic situations and broadly effective therapeutic treatments.

Raw Material Variability

April 1, 2014

The biopharmaceutical industry is developing a new approach to controlling variability in raw materials.

Control Strategies for Synthetic Therapeutic Peptide APIs Part II: Raw Material Considerations

April 1, 2014

USP evaluates raw materials used in the chemical synthesis of peptides.

Biopharmaceuticals Approval Trends in 2013

April 1, 2014

A review of the past year's trends in biopharmaceutical approvals shows an above average approval rate.

Predicting Lyophilization Performance

March 1, 2014

Researchers are using current understanding of the lyophilization process to predict performance on many levels during both process development and manufacturing.

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