The author provides a review of the concepts of design and qualification that apply to single-use systems.
BioPharm International eBooksVolume 28, Issue 14 Single-use technologies including polymer film bags, tubing, filter capsules, and appropriate connectors have become widely accepted in bioprocessing of proteins and vaccines.
New publications from BPSA and PDA highlight best practices for particulate control, quality agreements, and implementation strategies.
Progress is being made in the development of harmonized best practices for single-use systems.
Studies show diminished cell growth properties associated with some biocontainer or bioreactor films.
Choosing the right disposable components for your application.
Jerold Martin considers the types of tubing available to the industry and how to make an informed selection.
This month, Jerold Martin of Pall Life Sciences takes a look at protein recovery through direct-flow microporous membrane filters over the past 25 years.
The author considers the types of tubing available to the industry and how to make an informed selection.
There is no harmonized guidance on pre-use integrity testing of sterilizing filters, prompting discussion among users as to whether such testing is necessary.