Newsletter | December 7, 2022

12.07.22 -- Top 2022 Articles On Process Development

 
Generating A Robust Host Cell Line For A Cell Line Development Platform
 

Our goal was to establish a host cell line with the desired growth characteristics and capability to seamlessly switch between cloning and production media. Learn how cell performance within the cell line development workflow was confirmed with the successful isolation of stable, high-producing clones from three model monoclonal antibodies.

Optimization Of A Two-Step Purification Method For Bispecific Antibodies
 

Bispecific antibodies (bsAbs) have gained increasing interest over recent years because they can bind two antigens, offering unique modes of action compared to monoclonal antibodies. This article describes the further development of a two-step purification of a bsAb.

What Is A Digital Twin?
 

Digital twins are commonly understood as virtual representations of real-world processes. They can be built using mechanistic or statistical models. Statistical approaches, such as Big Data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, utilize statistics to predict trends and patterns. Mechanistic models are, instead, based on physical and biochemical principles.

Understanding Fluid Dynamics Within A Chromatography Column
 

Mechanistic chromatography models are based on mathematical descriptions of the occurring physical and biochemical phenomena in a column. See how fluid flow effects within a chromatography column are used by mechanistic models.

3 Steps To Optimize The Fed-Batch Process For mAb Production
 

Identifying some key items about your cell line from the beginning, such as the nutrients it needs over the culture time, impact of metabolites, and critical osmolality, can help to rapidly design a simple daily feeding regimen to perform a production scale. This article describes a straightforward way to achieve a high-performing fed-batch process.

Simplify Bioreactor Scale-Up And Scale-Down
 

In this article, we present an overview of the theory of scaling. Next, we present workflows and strategies and discuss which data are needed for successful scaling. Then, we introduce a scaling tool developed by Cytiva and present several case studies using the tool.