BioPharm International, June 2011 - BioPharm International

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BioPharm International, June 2011
Features
Top 1000 Biomanufacturing Facilities
By Eric S. Langer
Knowing where key biomanufacturing facilities are located around the world is essential for decision-making.
Operational Excellence: More Data or Smarter Approach?
By Anshuman Bansa , Jaspinder Hans , Anurag S. Rathore
The authors focus on operational excellence in manufacturing of biotechnology therapeutic products in the QbD paradigm.
The Use of the ATF System to Culture Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells in a Concentrated Fed-Batch System
By John Bonham-Carter , Jan Weegar , Antti Nieminen , Jerry Shevitz , Edi Eliezer
Cell concentrations and resulting protein concentrations are higher in a concentrated fed-batch process than in a standard fed-batch culture system.
Nontuberculosis Mycobacterium Contamination of a Mammalian Cell Bioreactor Process
By Raymond W. Nims, PhD , Alfred Chun , Angela Marino , Suzanne Dieringer Boyer
The authors present a case study identifying a contaminant.
Best Practices for Technology Transfer
By Tangir Ahamed , Michel Birk Ternbach , Paul Ives
Clear documentation and open communication are essential for effective technology transfer.
Guest Editorial
Policy and Innovation
By Jim Greenwood
BIO's president and CEO provides insight leading up to the 2011 convention.
Regulatory Beat
Safety Concerns and Shortages Challenge Pharma Manufacturing
By Jill Wechsler
Industry struggles to curb drug abuse, diversion, and disruptions in supply to ensure access to quality products.
Perspectives on Outsourcing
Better Upstream Technologies
By Eric S. Langer
A recent industry survey shows keen interest in improving bioreactors and cell-culture media.
Disposables Advisor
Single-Use Technologies World Tour
By Jerold Martin
Single-use conference roundup.
Final Word
Free Startup Research
Patent databases are often overlooked as a source of basic science, research, and development

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