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Five Ways the Amersham ImageQuant™ 800 GxP Helps You Remain Compliant

In highly regulated environments, such as the pharmaceutical industry, remaining GxP compliant while efficiently delivering your products to a competitive market is a challenging task, particularly when Western blot imaging is involved. While this can often be a tricky and time-consuming task, our Amersham ImageQuant™ 800 GxP imaging system and software streamlines the process. It provides simple solutions that support data traceability, accountability, and integrity. Confident decision making and GxP compliance go hand in hand with high-quality imaging. In this…

Increasing productivity in cell and gene therapy bioprocessing with fast and reliable immunoassays

Cell and gene therapy manufacturers need to ensure the safe delivery of their products and rely on fast and reliable immunoassay platforms to do so. This white paper gives an overview of the viral vector landscape and the requirements for immunoassays in viral vector bioprocessing analytical workflow. It also shares case studies from viral vector labs that are using the Gyrolab technology to deliver fast and reliable results. Increasing productivity in cell and gene therapy bioprocessing with fast and reliable…

3M™ Polisher ST — The Next Frontier in Downstream Processing, a Frost & Sullivan White Paper

Advancements in next-generation therapies—Paving the way for novel bioprocessing solutions. Learn about 3M Polisher ST technology which utilizes a guanidinium-functionalized polyamide membrane protected by a Q functionalized non-woven material. This Frost & Sullivan whitepaper explains how the technology demonstrates the viability of replacing the depth filtration and anion exchange chromatography (AEX) steps to achieve a simplified and cost-effective process. The platform is designed to reduce process and product related impurities and offer robust performance across a wide range of process…

Analytical Ultracentrifugation for Profiling AAV Gene Therapies: Where Are We Now?

本网络直播的特点:黄皮,科学的恶魔low, WuXi Advanced Therapies Adenoassociated virus (AAV) is often the vector of choice for gene therapies due to their low immunogenicity, ability to promote long-term gene expression, and capsid tropism-dependent tissue specificity. Representing around 37% of the current advanced therapies market, there is an ongoing demand for robust quality lot release programs capable of supporting the large patient cohorts involved in clinical trials. Along with critical quality attributes such as titer, identity, and potency,…

Scale-Down Optimization to Scale Up Success

As immune cell therapy advances to address new indications, the need for rapid development of robust manufacturing processes becomes increasingly important. Early process optimization sets the stage for clinical and commercial manufacturing and plays a foundational role in decreasing time to market and lowering COGS. This application note describes the streamlining of T-cell expansion optimization using a DOE-based approach in a semi-automated, controlled multi-parallel setup of the Sartorius T-Cell Exploration and Characterization Solution. Download to learn about: Rapidly screening media…

Hot off the Press: Quality by Design for AAV manufacture

Chemistry Manufacturing and Controls (CMC) for gene therapies is one of the biggest obstacles when moving towards regulatory approval and presents a significant risk to the success of new gene therapy drug candidates today. A key aspect to the CMC documentation of such complex biological products is the application of the Quality by Design (QbD) principle: A rationale of quality being achieved by process design rather than relying on final quality testing alone. The work presented here provides a framework…

Container Closure Integrity: Testing of Bottles Used for Cell Therapy Applications

This webcast features: Eric Isberg, Vice President, Life Sciences, Savillex Container integrity is critical when storing and shipping cell therapy products to ensure sterility. The security and durability of the container sealing region(s) should be weighed against usability of the container in clinical settings common to cell therapies. A study was performed to evaluate and quantitatively measure the associated leak rate for the container closure integrity of fluoropolymer bottles per USP <1207> Package Integrity Evaluation – Sterile Products using helium…

马伯定量:蛋白质高效液相色谱vs。Protein A Bio-Layer Interferometry

快速、准确和具有成本效益的定量monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) is essential for bioprocessing. High Pressure Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) and the Octet® are some of the commonly used techniques for MAbs titer determination. To ensure MAbs purification column efficiency, the dynamic binding capacity (DBC) of Protein A for Mab can be determined by loading feedstock onto the column until binding sites for the MAb become saturated and MAb begins to break through. An assessment of the relative merits of Protein A…

Why Choose Eurofins BioPharma Product Testing?

For all stages throughout the development, manufacturing and release of your biological product, Eurofins BioPharma Product Testing offers comprehensive, fully CGMP-compliant Viral Clearance Services. We have two dedicated clearance suites for extensive capacity and timely execution and reporting of your study results. And all of our assays are fully validated to meet ICH Q2 requirements. Why Choose Eurofins BioPharma Product Testing? We bring together leading experts in the industry with extensive scientific and regulatory experience. By supporting you from study…

The Viscosity Reduction Platform: Viscosity-Reducing Excipients for Protein Formulation

Protein viscosity is one of the major obstacles in preparing highly concentrated protein formulations suitable for subcutaneous (subQ) injection. Highly viscous protein solutions would require a significant force to be applied to the syringe for injection. As a result, the patient could experience a considerable amount of pain. In many cases, injectability would not be possible. When characterizing protein viscosity behavior, one can differentiate two different concentration regimes. At very low concentrations below about 75 mg/mL, proteins are rarely viscous.…