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Thomas Page, PhD, is vice-president, Engineering at FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies.
A new facility type integrates next-generation mobile cleanroom systems.
Facilities for advanced therapies should be configurable to flexibly segregate production for late-stage and commercial multiproduct operation. Efficient design of a flexible and high-containment vaccine manufacturing facility that can meet all the challenges presented by the market requires a design philosophy that includes all the key control concepts: air, people, equipment, product, and liquid and solid waste. This article discusses best practices for such control and describes the use of modular, mobile cleanrooms.
Pharmaceutical Technology and BioPharm International
eBook: Vaccine Development and Manufacturing 2017
When referring to this article, please cite it as T. Page, "Designing and Operating Flexible, High-Containment Vaccine Manufacturing," Pharmaceutical Technology and BioPharm International Vaccine Development and Manufacturing 2017 eBook (November 2017).