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Article Re-use of Protein A Resin: Fouling and Economics
Mar 01, 2015 By Anurag S. Rathore, Mili Pathak, Guijun Ma, Daniel G. Bracewell BioPharm International Volume 3, Issue 28 In the past two decades, Protein A affinity chromatography ha…

Article Optimization of Protein Expression in Escherichia Coli
May 01, 2015 By Siavash Bashiri, David Vikström, Nurzian Ismail BioPharm International Volume 28, Issue 5 Production of proteins for manufacturing therapeutics and pharmaceuticals is a c…

Article Development of Purification for Challenging Fc-Fusion Proteins
As such, CEX or HIC chromatography in flow-through mode is likely to provide a valuable addition to Fc-fusion protein purification with challenging properties. The demonstration of the vi…

Article Fusion Proteins Pose Manufacturability Challenges
The unique structures of fusion proteins lead to expression, heterogeneity, and stability issues. By Cynthia A. Challener Fusion proteins are engineered proteins that contain domains from di…

Article Detecting Protein Aggregates and Evaluating their Immunogenicity
Mar 01, 2015 By Randi Hernandez BioPharm International Volume 3, Issue 28 Aggregation in biopharmaceuticals remains a major concern and threatens the stability of a product. Protein

Article Host-Cell Protein Measurement and Control
Jun 01, 2015 By Fengqiang Wang, PhD, Daisy Richardson, Mohammed Shameem BioPharm International Volume 28, Issue 6, pg 32–38 Host-cell proteins (HCPs) constitute a major part of proce…

Article Challenges of Protein Aggregation During Purification
Careful selection of downstream processing conditions is a must. Sep 1, 2014 By: Cynthia Challener, PhD BioPharm International Volume 27, Issue 9, pp. 32-35  Removal of protein a…

Article Comparing Protein A Resins for Monoclonal Antibody Purification
A prototype Protein A resin is evaluated for purification performance, reusability, and cost performance. With greater economic pressure on monoclonal antibody (mAb) production for therapeutic a…

Article Implications of Cell Culture Conditions on Protein Glycosylation
The authors present a review of the techniques commonly used for glycosylation analysis. By Michiel E. Ultee, PhD, Dr. Richard Easton This article reviews the implications of cell-culture co…

Article Analyzing Proteins Using SEC, MALS, and UHPLC
Light scattering analysis combined with more rapid size exclusion chromatography improves protein characterization. The characterization of proteins involves identification of their complex …

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