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Article Technology Innovations Improve Process Chromatography Performance
As technology matures, inefficiencies and process limitations in downstream process chromatography are improved. By Feliza Mirasol Selecting an appropriate separation technology fo…

Article Top Questions on Fibro Chromatography
Click here to read the article >> Since Fibro PrismA was launched in April 2020, Cytiva has run a number of webinars on rapid cycling protein A-based fiber chromatography. Here, we highlight a…

Article Intensified Chromatography Strategies
The blockbuster drug era is over and drug manufacturers are now striving for a more diversified portfolio by targeting a greater number of monoclonal antibody (mAb) products at lower production volu…

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 Scaling Up Novel Therapies
Scaling Up Novel Therapies Platform processes have improved monoclonal antibody scale-up. Can they do the same for personalized therapies? By Agnes Shan…

Article Monitoring and Control of Inline Dilution Processes
Buffer management has received less attention in process intensification despite the high costs and labor-, space-, time-, and material-intensive nature of this common downstream activity. By…

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…

Poster Unlocking the potential for efficiency in downstream bioprocesses
In today's bioprocessing industry, there is a demand to cut manufacturing costs while maintaining product safety and quality. Additionally, flexibility needs to be increased and time to market reduc…

Article Your Starting Point for Multi-Step Purification
Multi-step purification, where two or more unit operations are connected in series and performed automatically, is one example of how processes can be intensified. Working under such condition will …

Article Shorter Time-to-Market with AxiChrom™ Columns
As the development race for antibody-based pharmaceuticals intensifies, manufacturers are constantly looking to develop new pipelines to market ahead of the competition. The speed of development of an…

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