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Article Ligand-Binding Assays and the Determination of Biosimilarity
During biosimilar development, it is necessary to demonstrate that the physicochemical properties, efficacy, and safety (e.g., immunogenicity) of the biosimilar are similar to those of the …

Article Challenges in Analytical Method Development and Validation
Experts give insight on method transfer, QbD, and regulations for analytical method development and validation for biopharmaceuticals. The manufacture of biopharmaceuticals presents …

Article Emerging Therapies Test Existing Bioanalytical Methods
Drug developers must understand the complex bioanalytical assays for cell- and gene-therapy drug development programs and ensure that partners have the specialized expertise needed for complex thera…

Article PDA's technical report for biotech cleaning validation
The authors encourage biotech manufacturers to consult PDA Technical Report No. 49 for a detailed perspective on current practices and issues in biotech cleaning validation. By Anurag S. Rathore, D…

Article Impurity Testing of Biologic Drug Products
USP, Chapter , “Biological Assay Validation,” USP 35–NF30 (US Pharmacopeial Convention, Rockville, MD, 2011). 3. USP, Chapter , “Analysis of Biological Assays,” USP 35–NF30 (US Pharmacopeial…

Article Bioterminology: A Guide to the Biopharmaceutical Lexicon
Bioterminology: A Guide to the Biopharmaceutical Lexicon This lexicon was generated by the editors of BioPharm International magazine. Please feel free to email your suggestions for terms that s…

Article A Platform Approach for the Identity Testing of Multi-Component Cell-Culture Media
Data acquired from osmolality, glucose, and folic acid tests provides useful information for the specific identification of cell-culture media. By Satish Mallya, Benjamin Lay, Lihong McAleer, Alexa…

Article Applications of Surface Plasmon Resonance for Detection of Bispecific Antibody Activity
Surface plasmon resonance is helping define bispecific antibodies, the next-generation of biopharma therapeutics. By Robert Karlsson Abstract Biotherapeutic antibodies are still the larg…

Article Using Quality by Design to Develop Robust Chromatographic Methods
Quality-by-design principles can be used to understand chromatographic measurement system variability. Sep 2, 2014 By: Melissa Hanna-Brown, Kimber Barnett, Brent Harrington, Tim Graul, Jim…

Article Design of Experiments for Analytical Method Development and Validation
Design of experiment is a powerful development tool for method characterization and method validation. Design of experiments (DOE) is a well-proven characterization approach within product…

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