Newsletter | November 5, 2020

11.05.20 -- Biosimilar Manufacturing: The Past, Present, & Future

 
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Security Of Supply In Cell And Gene Therapy Manufacturing

With so many challenges in cell and gene therapy manufacturing, building an adequate supply chain with the necessary equipment and protocols is critical for companies pursuing these lifesaving drugs.

Is Your Sterile Injectable Ready For Changes In Raw Materials?

Over the life of a drug changes in raw materials are inevitable. But even a small modification can throw your drug out of compliance. Learn how to safeguard drug integrity when raw materials change.

Quality Matters: SEC Analysis For Antibody Aggregates

Size exclusion chromatography is the go-to analytical method for therapeutic protein drugs. This article describes the factors affecting the reproducibility of columns and how you can minimize column variation.

Are Cells Stressed By Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting?

Fluorescence-activated cell sorting is a valuable tool for research, allowing separation of a mixture of cells into distinct populations for analysis. But could the physical forces of sorting stress the cells, altering their behavior and confounding experimental results? Andrä et al. (2020) found that although cell sorting activated p38 MAPK stress signaling, no functional or structural changes were observable. The results indicate that jet-in-air systems such as the Bio‑Rad S3e Cell Sorter do not alter cell behavior.

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