BioPharm International Supplements, November 2012 - BioPharm International

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BioPharm International Supplements, November 2012
Features
The Challenges of Adopting Single-Use Technology
By Stephen Brown
Insights on single-use systems implementation and exploitation in biopharmaceutical manufacturing and processing, based on a QbD approach.
Technical Forum: Disposable Chromatography
By Amy Ritter, PhD
Industry experts from GE Healthcare, Tarpon Biosystems, Polybatics, Merck Millipore, and Repligen discuss the challenges of adapting disposable technology to the chromatography process.
Implementing a Single-Use TFF System in a cGMP Biomanufacturing Facility
By Barbara A. Thorne , Steve Waugh , Todd Wilkie , Joe Dunn , Michael LaBreck
This case study describes the process used to transition from a multi-use system to single-use tangential flow filtration for performing final buffer exchange steps.
Integration of a Single-Use Platform Process within an Innovative Facility Design
By R. Barry Holtz , Dennis Powers
The combination of single-use platform technology with modular facility construction is a template for flexible manufacturing.
Analyzing the Best Fit for a Facility
By Greg Liposky
A brief case study of a facility-fit analysis provides insight into how to adjust capacity when moving from clinical-to commercial-scale production.
Development of a Full Process Train, Single-Use Facility
By Richard Pearce
This article describes best practices for implementing a single-use process train at a bioproduction facility.
Aligning Manufacturing and Business Strategies with Single-Use Systems
By Michael Jenkins , Bill Hartzel
The authors explain why Catalent decided to transition from stainless steel to single-use systems.
Upstream, Downstream Processing in Motion
By Christopher Allen
GE Healthcare Life Sciences' ReadyToProcess platform aims to streamline bioprocessing.

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