A Global View Of Bio Process And Product Quality By Wayne Koberstein, contributing editor
First was the word: Quality. Aside from the conference title — the U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) Science and Standards Symposium on Biologics & Biotechnology — "quality" was ubiquitous as a theme or term in almost all sessions, whether alone as an ideal goal or together with other terms such as control, monitor, and release.
NIH, Industry, And The Translational Science Revolution By Sara Gambrill, Life Science Leader magazine
The National Institutes of Health's (NIH's) reputation has been built, in large part, on discoveries made during basic science research — original insights about pathways, receptors, and targets for drugs. These discoveries have led to a significant percentage of new drug approvals in most of the major classes of drugs.
Spotlight On Purification
Datasheet: SARTOFLOW® Advanced
The SARTOFLOW Advanced is a modular benchtop crossflow system optimized for the ultrafiltration, microfiltration and diafiltration applications used in many downstream processes, such as purification of vaccines, monoclonal antibodies, and recombinant proteins.
How To Choose An Industrial Cation Exchanger For IgG Purification
Cation-exchange chromatography is the third most used industrial method for antibody purification after anion exchange and protein A affinity chromatography. It is most commonly used as an intermediate step but continues to attract attention as a capture method.
This webinar will feature the important links between particle size, shape, and dissolution rate, with particular reference to the pharmaceutical industry. The importance of dissolution in relation to bioavailability and regulatory norms will be highlighted.