Biosimilar Development insights

  1. Biosimilars: Providing More Treatment Options

    It is hoped that the development of biosimilars will lead to more competition, and therefore, more accessible, cost-effective treatments.

  2. Building Efficiency Through Continuous Characterization And Connected Bioprocessing

    Bioprocessing development is a long and costly process. Building in continuous characterization and connected bioprocessing cuts timelines and increases the available information through real-time analytics.

  3. Business and Cultural Considerations When Managing Clinical Supplies for Asia-Pacific Studies

    In addition to careful adherence with all applicable regulatory and Customs requirements, sponsors should understand and be sensitive to the cultural and business norms of each country included in their study.

  4. Industry 4.0: Embracing Digital Transformation In Bioprocessing

    In Industry 4.0, cyber-physical systems control and monitor activity through computer-based algorithms. In bioprocessing, there are a plethora of possibilities that could be realized over time through this revolution. 

  5. Don’t Let Insufficient Data Undermine Your CMO & CRO Selection Processes

    Selecting a partner is challenging, but with the right information you can simplify your efforts and increase your likelihood of making the best decision. 

  6. In-Line Conditioning Systems: Your Questions Answered

    Understand how in-line preparation of buffers from highly concentrated, single-component stock solutions saves both time and storage space.

  7. Automated In-Line Buffer Prep Saves Time And Facility Footprint

    Buffer preparation is both time-and space-consuming and can easily become a challenge in biomanufacturing. This application note describes a lean approach to buffer preparation by implementing in-line conditioning (IC).

  8. Overcoming Buffer Challenges With In-Line Conditioning

    How in-line conditioning (IC) can help reduce the number of hold tanks and floor space needed for buffer preparation and storage.

  9. Driving Change of Implementing In-Line Conditioning

    The large buffer volumes required for biomanufacturing can be a bottleneck, especially when scaling up. Just-in-time buffer preparation can be the solution.

  10. Continuous Chromatography In Downstream Processing Of A Monoclonal Antibody

    In this study, periodic counter current (PCC) chromatography and straight-through processing (STP) technologies were evaluated in a continuous three-step monoclonal antibody (MAb) purification process.