INTERPHEX is the leading annual pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical trade show taking place in New York on April 23 to 25, 2013. Key decision makers will find the networking opportunities, products, services, and information they need to ensure quality and maximize efficiency, agility, and flexibility that solve manufacturing and supply chain problems. INTERPHEX is where intelligence and passion intersect with the full spectrum of industry products and services to create new insights and innovation. Learn more.
The Benefits Of Continuous Chromatography By Dr. Jonas Anders, Head of Marketing Chromatography, Merck Millipore
Continuous chromatography first originated in the 1950s in the oil industry and has since become widely accepted for small molecule pharmaceuticals. Recently, biopharmaceutical manufacturers have begun to adopt the technology for the production of larger, protein-based drugs, a trend which should intensify as the industry continues to strive for more productive, cost-effective processes.
Factors To Consider When Selecting A Labeler By Joe Danyow, NJM/CLI Packaging Systems International
There are many types of labelers to choose from for your particular application, such as pressure sensitive, cold glue, hot melt, shrink, and thermal sensitive. To determine which is right for the product to be labeled, it first must be determined which will provide the best presentation and the lowest cost per label. Once this is determined there are many considerations for choosing a labeler that best suits your need.
Spotlight On Downstream Processing
Getinge Isolation Technology Brochure Today, there are two main methods of isolation. You can isolate an entire room — i.e. sealing it off from the environment outside. This is usually known as a “cleanroom” solution.
Custom Services For Downstream Purification Brochure PBL offers a range of custom services to either identify/optimize a suitable existing PBL product, custom design a bespoke chromatography adsorbent specifically for your target biomolecule and application, or develop and manufacture an adsorbent to your own specification.