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Tip Stainless steel—frequently misunderstood
For further information, see the following application note: Handling of stainless steel column parts in sensitive environments, GE Healthcare, 28-9433-77, Edition AA. (Click on the View PDF icon abov…

Poster Process economy and production capacity using single-use versus stainless steel fermentation equipment
In comparison with a stainless steel strategy, this study shows that the annual production capacity can be increased up to 100% with a single-use strategy due to a faster batch changeover procedure. T…

Article E. coli growth and Dab expression in single-use and stainless steel fermentors
coli domain antibody (Dab) production process  developed for a stainless steel fermentor. Cell growth, cell density, and Dab expression levels were assessed and compared between the two production…

Article A Plastic Pipeline for Commercial Bioprocessing?
…sk of cross contamination are recognized as benefits of single-use systems compared with traditional stainless steel (2). Business strategies and pressures may also factor in decisions to go t…

Article Evaluating Surface Cleanliness Using a Risk-Based Approach
The preferred materials of construction in the pharmaceutical industry are 304 and 316L stainless steel. Other materials of construction are used throughout the industry. The selection of materials sh…

Article Overview of a scale-up of a cell-based influenza virus production process using ReadyToProcess equipment
Improved manufacturing agility and productivity Biomanufacturing based on single-use technology offers great flexibility compared with traditional stainless steel facilities. Production lines can m…

Article Flexibility in Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing
The choice between stainless steel and single use is influenced not just by the economics of batch size and cost of goods but also by the speed by which processes can be configured and started up. Thi…

Article Trends in Fermentation and Cell Culture Equipment
Galliher posited that the balance in usage between single use and stainless steel bioreactors will vary according to geographic region. “I think it’s tied into the improving economies in those territo…

Article Trends in Single-use Bioreactors
Because single-use bioreactors are much simpler than stainless steel, they are easier to set up for continuous processing. One example is the ReadyToProcess WAVE 25 bioreactor system that can be used …

Article Faster scale-up of a two-step MAb process with AxiChrom™ columns and ReadyToProcess™ solutions
ready-to-use solutions The key final goal of this study was to compare the scaled-up, two-step MAb process based on a 100 l cell culture in a traditional stainless steel bioreactor and purificatio…

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