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Article Bioprocessing Advances in Vaccine Manufacture
Advances in techniques and single-use systems are revolutionizing vaccine manufacturing. The vaccine industry, particularly, in major Western markets, continues to be dominated by a few majo…

Article The Challenge of Disruptive Technologies in Bioprocessing
The Challenge of Disruptive Technologies in BioprocessingIncreasing demand for biologics is driving the need for innovation in bioprocessing. Jul 01, 2018 Increasing demand for biologics is drivin…

Article Implementation of Raw Material Control Strategies in the Manufacture of Single-Use Bioprocessing Containers
The authors review efforts to limit polymer degradation without significantly impeding cell growth. Jan 01, 2015 By Sara Ullsten, Shujian Yi, Jeffrey Carter, Eva Lindskog, Pokon Ganguli, Her…

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…

Article Tools for Continuous Bioprocessing Development
Could perfusion microbioreactors bring more agility to biomanufacturing? By Rajeev J. Ram In semiconductor manufacturing, for example, a thorough understanding of process variation allows co…

Article Current Innovations and Practices To Address Microbial Contamination in Downstream Bioprocessing
Bioburden control is an area of serious concern for anyone making mAbs or other biologicals. Manufacturers’ efforts to avoid microbial contamination are today being complemented by development…

Article Viral Clearance Challenges in Bioprocessing
Challenges remain for virus removal and validation. Nov 1, 2014 By: Cynthia Challener, PhD BioPharm International Volume 11, Issue 27, pp. 42-44 Removal and inactivation of adventitio…

Article Challenging the cleanroom paradigm for biopharmaceutical manufacturing of bulk drug substances
The authors re-examine environmental controls in the context of technical advances in manufacturing.  By Simon Chalk, Scott Probst, Paul Gil, Tim Palberg, Matt Kennedy, Joe Rogalewicz, Jeff Johns…

Article State of the Biopharmaceutical Industry: Lessons from 2018 Survey Data
Since 2003, BioPlan Associates, Inc. of Rockville, MD, has surveyed developers of biotherapeutics and contract manufacturing organizations working in this space about current and projected capacity …

Article Continuous Manufacturing: A Changing Processing Paradigm
Apr 01, 2015 By Randi Hernandez BioPharm International Volume 28, Issue 4 Although continuous manufacturing is well established for bulk chemicals, complex automation and validation …

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