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Article Studies of mixing behavior in disposable 2D and 3D bags used in cross-flow filtration
The time it takes to mix fluids in disposable bags under different operating conditions is a key issue for many process developers. Studies on this phenomenon are described in two Application notes us…

Article Trends in Single-use Bioreactors
Representatives from industry supplier companies address innovations, reliability, barriers to adoption, and the role of singIe-use bioreactors in bioprocessing. By: Randi Hernandez While…

Article A Plastic Pipeline for Commercial Bioprocessing?
A Plastic Pipeline for Commercial Bioprocessing? The maturation of single-use technologies presents commercial bioprocessing options for small-volume drug products. By Rita C. Peters …

Article Reducing Cross-Contamination Risks in Process Chromatography
Reducing Cross-Contamination Risks in Process Chromatography Single-use systems provide replaceable fluid paths. By Cynthia A. Challener Fa…

Article Securing the Single-Use Supply Chain
Dual sourcing is one of many possible solutions to securing the supply chain. Single-use systems (SUS) have become established in biopharmaceutical drug development. As confidence in the technol…

Article Industry Adoption of Single-Use Systems Remains Low
Single-use technologies are starting to gain ground as capacity needs change, but industrywide adoption remains low. By Feliza Mirasol zli…

Article The New World of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing
Industry experts discuss the single-use revolution and changes to upstream and downstream processing equipment. By Jennifer Markarian …

Article Advancing Single-Use Technology Through Collaboration
Many commercial products have been using single-use bags for the manufacture of large-scale commercial products for a long time, and so the main difference between that and a system that uses fully si…

Article Best Practices in Adopting Single-Use Systems
Products such as single-use bags with unused ports, tubing, and fittings, which are commonly found in off-the-shelf systems, add nothing but excess cost and waste, thus reducing the advantages of sing…

Article CMOs Concerned With Cost of Single-Use Equipment
Suppliers indicate prices for single-use equipment are likely to increase. By Eric Langer Contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs) have been enthusiastic adopters of single-use technologi…

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