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Poster High-Throughput Downstream Processing Using Cellulose Fiber Chromatography and ÄKTA™ Chromatography Systems
The novel cellulose fiber technology (known as Fibro) may be used with ÄKTA chromatography systems and autosamplers to reduce process time significantly compared with conventional chromatography.…

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Article Upcoming Technologies to Facilitate More Efficient Biologics Manufacturing
Choosing the right tools to enhance the process. By Xuemin Liu, Mike Collins, Nathalie Fraud, PhD, Jennifer Campbell, Inese Lowenstein, Karol M. Lacki and Anurag S. Rathore, PhD ABSTRA…

Article A Look at the Affinity Chromatography Landscape
A Look at the Affinity Chromatography Landscape New ligands are being developed to meet the separation and purification needs of next-gen biologics. By Cynthia A. Challener …

Article Next Generation Process Chromatography
The technology is based on cellulose fibers, a material that is designed for multiple cycling and fast mass transfer. It is a connective flow adsorbent, which means purification applications can be ru…

Article 2019’s Top Bioprocessing Trends and What to Expect in 2020
2019 proved to be an exciting year for biopharmaceutical developers and process engineers, filled with both advancements and lessons. Considering how far the industry has come, what direction will 2…

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Article Fiber-Based Protein A Chromatography for HTPD
The novel cellulose fiber technology (known as Fibro) may be used with ÄKTA™ chromatography systems and autosamplers to reduce process time significantly compared with conventional chromatography…

Article GE Healthcare Opens Biotechnology Manufacturing Center in UK
GE Healthcare Opens Biotechnology Manufacturing Center in UK GE Healthcare is opening a biotechnology manufacturing center at the Stevenage Bioscience Catalyst (SBC) Open Innovation Campus, in St…

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…