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Poster Integration of continuous upstream and downstream operations in mAb production
Process intensification is gaining interest as a strategy to reduce production costs, while improving product quality and throughput in the manufacturing of biopharmaceuticals. For a competitive pro…

Poster A streamlined single-use solution for an intensified high-density cell culture process
To maximize the biomanufacturing output, there is an emerging trend of implementing process intensification in upstream bioprocesses. Reported applications include intensified perfusion cultures, conc…

Poster Unlocking the potential for efficiency in downstream bioprocesses
This white paper covers methods of improving downstream operations through process intensification. It describes techniques like continuous processing and in-line conditioning buffer preparation, syst…

Poster High yield antibody production in a disposable WAVE Bioreactor™
These characteristics can be used for process intensification to obtain the same amount of product from a considerably smaller bioreactor compared to a standard batch or fedbatch process. Drosophi…

Poster Many Ways to Improve Productivity
Means of productivity improvement range from increasing specific productivity of microbial or animal cells to improvements in the facility, process, operation, or materials. Bioprocess intensificati…

Poster Opportunities, Challenges, and Economic Drivers for Start-to-Finish Continuous Biomanufacturing
Continuous unit operations have been used successfully in manufacturing of several approved products with a collective revenue of $25 billion annually. Many large biopharmaceutical organizations are…

Poster Scalable Continuous Chromatography Process for Enhanced Efficiency in Biomanufacturing
The cost pressure on biopharmaceuticals drives the industry toward exploring process intensification options that will maintain or improve quality, stability, and manufacturability of the product wh…

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