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Article Nurturing Knowledge from Disparate Data Streams
Furthermore, implementing end-to-end data integration requires capabilities that include trusted sources of data and documents, robust quality, and maintenance of data integrity. “The objective is to …

Article Best Practices for Data Integrity
By Jennifer Markarian Maintaining data integrity is essential for all biopharmaceutical manufacturing operations. BioPharm International interviewed Dan Nelson, Customer Expe…

Article Successfully Moving Regulated Data to the Cloud
In particular, data security, which in turn helps provide data integrity. The benefits of moving to the cloud A cloud provider will generally have more specialized staff members focused on provi…

Article Navigating Data Integrity in the Modern Lab
PharmTech: What is most important to consider for lab data integrity? Hayward: The people in the lab and the digital solutions they use play an equal role to ensure data integrity. Techno…

Article Use of Multivariate Data Analysis in Bioprocessing
Apr 06, 2015 By Anurag S. Rathore, Sumit K. Singh BioPharm International The ever increasing demand of biotherapeutics, together with the pressure to contain healthcare costs have motiva…

Article Operational excellence: more data or smarter approach?
The authors focus on operational excellence in manufacturing of biotechnology therapeutic products in the QbD paradigm. By Anshuman Bansa, Jaspinder Hans, Anurag S. Rathore Achieving operation…

Article Leveraging Data for Better Biopharmaceutical Process Control
Leveraging Data for Better Biopharmaceutical Process Control The need to improve and understand processes is moving PAT and more advanced control strategies beyond the lab into manufacturing and dow…

Article Automating the Biomanufacturing Process
“One of the most prominent threats visà-vis automated production is the potential for compromised data integrity,” Lebl cautions. When data are shared more openly and automatically, they become po…

Article A Risk-Based Genetic Characterization Strategy for Recombinant CHO Cell Lines Used for Clinical and Commercial Applications
The authors describe the ways in which manufacturers can mitigate the risks related to the integrity of recombinant transgenes expressed in CHO cells. By Luhong He, Christopher Frye Abstract …

Article Maximizing the Effectiveness of Upstream Bioprocessing Through the Combination of Lab Informatics and Instrumentation
By establishing effective management of data and knowledge, it will be possible to employ advances, such as artificial intelligence and synthetic biology, to their full potential in upstream bioproc…

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