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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 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 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 Can You Trust a Machine for Downstream Bioprocess Buffer Preparation?
There is a limit to how many stainless-steel tanks you can squeeze into a biomanufacturing facility. Still, resource-intensive buffer preparation has received little attention in biomanufacturing. S…

Article A Plastic Pipeline for Commercial Bioprocessing?
A Plastic Pipeline for Commercial Bioprocessing? The maturation of single-use technologies presents commercial bioprocessing options for small-volume drug products. By Rita C. Peters …

Article Hybrid Bioprocessing: A Q&A with Andrew Sinclair
Process Development Forum speaks about hybrid bioprocessing with Andrew Sinclair, President and Founder of BioPharm Services How would you define hybrid bioprocessing? Hybrid processing is n…

Article Setting Up Bioprocessing Systems for Digital Transformation
Digitalization of bioprocessing operations, equipment, and facilities can improve workflow and output, but maintaining data integrity is a concern. By Feliza Mirasol The advancement of digit…

Article Making Your Bioprocesses More Efficient
Read more on this bioprocess intensification hub >> Bioprocess intensification lets you maximize productivity while minimizing one or more key variables of your current biomanufacturing proces…

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…

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