Newsletter | January 20, 2014

01.20.14 -- Bioresearch Online Newsletter

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» Magazine Article
Who's Improving Bioprocessing In 2014?
By Eric Langer, President and Managing Partner, BioPlan Associates, Inc.
Last month, we discussed the broad trends in innovation in bioprocessing that will shape the next five years. These include better single-use devices, assays, connectors, and system integrations, as well as alternatives to chromatography. This month, we drill down into areas where product innovators are actually investing in these improvements and technologies. Below is a sampling of key bioprocessing innovations. A thorough treatment would require an encyclopedia; this is an appetizer for what's to come.
UPCOMING TRAINING

CRO Oversight: Risk Assessment And Action Planning
Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2014 • Time: 1pm – 2:30pm EST

Data Integrity And Manufacturing: Detecting And Mitigating Risk
Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 • Time: 1pm – 2:30pm EST

Quality By Design (QbD) In Clinical Trials: Build Bullet-Proof Protocols
Date: Tuesday, February 18, 2014 • Time: 1pm – 2:30pm EST
Featured Focus: Quality/Regulatory
Ensure Integrity And Prevent Contamination In Single-Use Bags
By Trisha Gladd, Editor, Bioresearch Online
As single-use systems continue to gain in popularity, so does the use of single-use bags. A single contract manufacturer can use thousands of bags per year. Gallus Biopharmaceuticals has used more than 40,000 bags in just the past decade. Due to the volume increases in some of these bags, the prevention of possible contamination issues has never been more important. More pharma manufacturers are now looking to perform point-of-use tests to ensure the integrity of the bags they are using.
ARTICLE: Improving Corrective And Preventive Measures In The Pharma Supply Chain
PRODUCT: Sterilizing-Grade Liquid Filtration
PRODUCT: Laser Diffraction Particle Size Analyzer
PRODUCT: QCanywhere Cloud-Based Quality Control
PRODUCT: PresSura Hospital Room Pressure Controllers
PRODUCT: Anti Iba1, Polyclonal Antibody, Rabbit
» Supply Chain Integrity
ARTICLE: Why Monitoring Cold Chain Data Is Not Enough
By Nitin Dahad, Dyzle
In the cold chain logistics industry there’s a huge change happening. Lots of data is being gathered by wirelessly connected data loggers, sensors, and monitoring equipment.
WHITE PAPER: Taming China's Clinical Trial 'Dragon'
DATASHEET: SPS-Insulated Pallet Shippers
By ThermoSafe, Sonoco Protective Solutions
VIDEO: Shipping Infectious Specimens By Air Tutorial
PRODUCT: Stationary Cargo Tracking Devices
» Downstream
WHITE PAPER: Optimizing Ideal Conditions For Liquid Chromatography Systems
By Gregory Krueger, Kevin Epting, Priyanka Gupta, and Roger Alsop, Sartorius Stedim Biotech
Sartobind® Pico and Sartobind® Nano are laboratory-scale membranes, and their small size and high throughput make them perfect for use on automated chromatography systems.
WHITE PAPER: Navigating In The Single-Use Space: How To Find The Right Cell Culture Bioreactor
APPLICATION NOTE: Greater Productivity In Insulin Purification
POSTER: Cell Culture Vessels And Enhanced Attachment Microcarriers For Scale-Up And Production In The Vaccine Industry
PRODUCT: Bioprocessing Systems And Solutions
PRODUCT: Genderless AseptiQuik G Connector For 1/4-Inch To 3/4-Inch Sterile Connections
PRODUCT: Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography Media
» Upstream
APPLICATION NOTE: Optimization Of Transfection Conditions With A Cell Imaging Multimode Reader
By Paul Held, Ph.D. and Peter Banks, Ph.D., BioTek Instruments, Inc.
Transient transfection of tissue culture cells is a routine method to introduce novel genetic elements into cultured cells.
APPLICATION NOTE: Novel Method For The Expansion Of Mesenchymal Stem Cells
By Khandaker Siddiquee and Ma Sha, Eppendorf, Inc
Stem cells are undifferentiated cells which have the capability of self-renewal and the potential to divide for a long period of time. They have the ability to differentiate into various specialized cells when appropriate growth factors and conditions are provided.
ARTICLE: PCR: Getting It Right
By Bobby Chavli , Associate Director of Marketing BD and Customer Service for Hamilton Robotics, and Mary Napier, Scientific Writer and Consultant for GeneCom Group
Some labs assume that PCR (polymerase chain reaction) automation is too expensive or difficult, but today's solutions are more cost-effective and easy to achieve than you might think. Learn the many benefits through automating your PCR process.
ARTICLE: Gaining Efficiency Through Faster Integration Of Single-Use Products
By Trisha Gladd, Editor, Bioresearch Online
Considered a full-service integrator of products in the biopharmaceutical industry, Saint-Gobain offers an online platform that improves their efficiencies to design single-use products by creating a 3D product drawing.
POSTER: Scale-Up Of Hepatic Progenitor Stem Cells From Multiple Tray Stack To 2D Bioreactors
BROCHURE: Biopharmaceutical Process Development, Manufacturing, And Process Monitoring Solutions
PRODUCT: Pall XRS 20 Single-Use Bioreactor System
» Most Recent News
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BioTek Highlights Automated Workflow Solutions At SLAS 2014
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