Hospira One 2 One®: contract development and manufacture of injectable products packaged in vials, PFS, cartridges, flexible containers, and ampoules.
Broad Range of Capabilities: biologics; small molecules; potent drugs; vaccines; cytotoxics; controlled substances; beta-lactams; lyophilization. Global manufacturing presence and extensive regulatory expertise.
Benefits Of A Revised Approach To Anion Exchange Flow-Through Polish Chromatography By Shelly Cote Parra, Christine Gebski, BioPharm International Supplements
Anion exchange (AEX) products are commonly used as a polish step in product flow-through (FT) mode to bind impurities. In this article, a novel approach to AEX FT using a short, 5 cm length, packed-bed format with a faster operating flow rate is explained.
Spotlight On Contract Manufacturing
Article: Single-Use Saves Time For Contract Manufacturing Organization
There are many reasons why a single-use approach is considered or adopted by pharmaceutical manufacturers. In a recent survey in 2010, the most important reason for the increasing use of disposables was elimination of cleaning (90.9% of respondents) and third was reduced cross-contamination (83.3%).
Datasheet: Small-Scale Commercial Manufacturing
Niche and orphan drug products fulfill important clinical needs. Where only small quantities of these life-saving drugs are required, they can be most effectively manufactured on small-scale equipment.
Syloid® FP Silica Excipient Brochure
Syloid FP Silicas are the intelligent choice for many pharmaceutical applications due their unique morphology. The combined adsorption capacity, porosity, particle size, and greater internal surface area allow them to provide several benefits simultaneously that can help minimize the number of excipients required, expedite manufacturing, and improve efficacy of the final dosage form.
This webinar will show how today's leading biomanufacturers achieve real-time scheduling using a revolutionary new approach. This scheduling system "understands" the complexity of biomanufacturing operations, "knows" how long steps in the process actually take, and incorporates variability, limited resources, and complex interdependencies, all in real-time.