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Innovating to Meet Bioprocessing Single-Use Requirements

Posted in Analyzers, Life Sciences on Friday, October 25th, 2019. No comments yet
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Manufacturing in the biotech industry has been undergoing many changes. An ADC Review article, Emerging Trends in Single-Use Technology in the Manufacturing of Antibody-Drug Conjugates, highlighted one of these trends: First introduced in the late 1970s in the form of disposable capsules and a range of filters, single-use technologies were revolutionized in the late 2000s […]

Sensors for Single-Use Bioreactors

Posted in Life Sciences on Thursday, August 22nd, 2019. No comments yet
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For pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical manufacturers, scaling up production has typically meant large, 5000+ liter stainless steel bioreactors for the process. These require cleaning and sterilization between batches. Market demands are driving the need for more flexibility with smaller batches. Single-use technologies (SUT) are being applied to bioreactors to address these demands and reduce the cost […]

Biopharmaceutical Single Use Measurement and Control

Posted in Life Sciences on Friday, January 18th, 2019. No comments yet
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A recent Biopharm International article, Single-Use Bioprocessing Equipment Trends and Adoption by CMOs highlighted this trend: Single-use systems (SUS)—bioprocessing equipment designed for one-time use or a single product manufacturing campaign—has become the leading paradigm for pre-commercial (preclinical and clinical supplies) manufacturing of biopharmaceutical products (1). At this past autumn’s Emerson Exchange conference in San Antonio, […]

Automating Bioprocess Single-Use Systems

Posted in Life Sciences on Friday, March 24th, 2017. No comments yet
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For those not in the pharmaceutical and biotech manufacturing industries, if you ever visit one of these facilities you’ll be struck by the clean, shiny stainless steel vessels and piping. Given the importance of hygiene in the production of medicines, most processes include clean-in-place (CIP) and sterilize-in-place operations (SIP). The capital costs and ongoing time […]