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Article Trends in Downstream Bioprocessing
Downstream processing involves the recovery and purification of protein therapeutics for biopharmaceuticals, vaccines, and other biologics. It involves the removal of insoluble cell debris and parti…

Article Plugged into single use bioprocessing technologies
Complete end-to-end processes can be built with plug-and-play modules. Above: a ReadyToProcess column connected to a chromatography system. Buffer and sample management is via ready-to-use li…

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…

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 …

Article Being Thorough When Transferring Technology
Communication and taking the time to develop the process are key to successful transfer and scale up of biologics. By Susan Haigney Editor's note: The following is an extended version of the…

Article Economic drivers and trade-offs in antibody purification processes
The future of therapeutic MAbs lies in the development of economically feasible downstream processes.  By Suzanne S. Farid, PhD  ABSTRACT Increasing titers in mammalian cell culture has rec…

Article Purification Strategies to Process 5 g/L Titers of Monoclonal Antibodies
Altering the order of operations, using new resins, and increasing dynamic binding capacity can obviate the need for major facility changes. By Melody Trexler-Schmidt, Stefanie Sze-Khoo, Amber R…

Article Moving PAT from Concept to Reality
The learning curve for process analytical technology has slowed widespread adoption. By Cynthia A. Challener alexlmx a- Stock.Adobe.com Process analytical technology (PAT) is…

Article Continuous Processing for the Production of Biopharmaceuticals
The authors review the technologies that may help bioprocessing become a truly continuous operation and present case studies that could contribute to the integration of upstream and downstream platf…

Article Making the Move to Continuous Chromatography
Making the Move to Continuous Chromatography Early adopters are benefiting from lower costs and increased productivity. By Cynthia A. Challener Tashatuvango/Shutter…

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