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A New Paradigm In Process Development

Source: GE Healthcare Life Sciences
A New Paradigm In Process Development

As the need to accelerate biopharmaceutical development around the world continues to grow, biomanufacturers face a host of challenges so they, too, can grow. Increasing process productivity, reducing cost, mitigating risk, and bringing products to market faster are just a few of the issues frequently addressed. But with support in process development, cGMP manufacturing and training, accelerating bioprocess development can become less challenging.

Several biomanufacturers have successfully navigated these issues in collaboration with GE Healthcare’s Fast Trak Services. Whether it was through process and analytical development, process scaleā€‘up, or manufacturing of drug material for use in toxicology studies, recent collaborations have yielded remarkable results. The following case studies describe projects in which collaborative efforts resulted in fast resolutions to common biomanufacturing challenges.

Originally published in BioProcess International, November 2017

About GE Fast Trak Services

GE’s Fast Trak Service Centers are specifically designed to help biopharmaceutical manufacturers increase their process productivity, reduce cost, and enable them to bring their product to market faster through a comprehensive range of services including cGMP manufacturing, process development, and training.

The centers are equipped with the latest single-use technologies for bioprocessing in an environment and at a scale that closely replicates the real-life industrial setting. For over 30 years, thousands of customers world-wide have been trained by GE’s experienced Fast Trak leadership teams, giving customers access to industry expertise encompassing process and analytical development, process scale-up, as well as manufacture of drug substances for use in toxicology studies or phase I and II clinical testing.

GE Healthcare has Fast Trak Centers in South Korea, the USA, Sweden, India, and China and satellite Fast Trak Centers in Turkey, Japan and Singapore.