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Article Adherent Cell Culture in Biopharmaceutical Applications: The Cell-Detachment Challenge
The necessity to detach cells from a culture substrate during cell harvesting remains one of the most challenging steps in a cell-culture process. By Marcos Simon, Juan J. Giner-Casares Cell

Article The Evolving Role of Starting Materials in Cell and Gene Therapy
This creates variability in cell therapy starting material from the outset. Small donor networks are vulnerable to issues, such as unexpected drops in the number of donations, uneven reliability, and …

Article Mapping a Route for Cell and Gene Therapy Process Development
Importantly, the process control strategy could be different for different cell therapy applications. “While production of large numbers of actively proliferating cells would be the primary focus for …

Article Design Considerations for a Commercial Cell and Gene Therapy Facility
The workflows of a cell therapy or a gene therapy differ from each other and from those of therapeutic antibodies, so the design and layout of the manufacturing facility must take these workflows into…

Article Changing the Culture of Cell Culture: Applying Best Practices and Authentication to Ensure Scientific Reproducibility
By Leonard P. Freedman, Mark C. Gibson, Richard M. Neve Irreproducible preclinical research is a global, expensive, and well-recognized problem that contributes to delays and increased costs of …

Article Best Practices for Selecting a Top-Quality Cell Line
Irina Shi - Stock.Adobe.com Leveraging automation and a step-by-step approach are keys to success. By Cynthia A. Challener Cell lines determine the performance of bi…

Article Taking a “Development-by-Design” Approach to Cell Therapies
More CDMOs are entering cell therapy market niche Demand for specialized cell therapy manufacturing and development services is also growing, and has attracted Lonza Bioservices, Cognate BioService…

Article FDA Seeks to Enhance Manufacturing of Cell and Gene Therapies
While there is great excitement over the potential of CAR-T (chimeric antigen receptor) cell therapy to target and activate T cells to eliminate a cancerous or other undesirable cell type, Marks cauti…

Poster A Scalable Adenovirus Production Process, from Cell Culture to Purified Bulk
Adenovirus (AdV) vectors are commonly used in cancer gene therapy trials and evaluated for use in vaccines for various diseases. In this study, we have combined technical evaluation of process steps a…

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…

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