BioPharm International Supplements, November 2008 - BioPharm International

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BioPharm International Supplements, November 2008
Articles
Lifecycle Cost Analysis for Single-Use Systems
By Barak I. Barnoon , Bob Bader
This article describes a quick method for evaluating lifecycle costs for single-use systems against their more conventional stainless-steel counterparts.
Systematic Evaluation of Single-Use Systems Using Process Simulation Tools
By Victor Papavasileiou , Charles Siletti, PhD , Demetri Petrides, PhD
This article describes the steps required to build a comprehensive model in a batch process simulator for a process that uses single-use systems for buffer preparation and storage.
Disposable Bioreactors for Cells and Microbes
By Millie Ullah, PhD , Terry Burns , Amardeep Bhalla, PhD , Hans-Wilhelm Beltz , Gerhard Greller, PhD , Thorsten Adams, PhD
Productivities similar to those achieved with stirred tanks can be achieved with disposable bioreactors.
The Environmental Impact of Disposable Technologies
By Andrew Sinclair , Lindsay Leveen , Miriam Monge , Janice Lim , Stacey Cox
Can disposables reduce your facility's environmental footprint? We have compared the environmental footprint of a traditional biopharmaceutical manufacturing facility using fixed-in-place stainless steel equipment, and a facility implementing disposable technologies for cell culture, solution mixing and hold, product hold, and liquid transfer.
Disposables for Bioprocessing: Making the Transition
By Roberta Morris
Transitioning from stainless steel technology to disposable technology in bioprocessing.

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