Raising Expectations Of Excipients By Fred Monsuur, Business Segment Leader Excipients Europe,
Julia Poncher, Grace
An excipient’s role has traditionally been viewed as merely a filler or binder contributing to the stability of the end product. The full value that a formulation can bring to a final dosage form, or the real importance of ensuring an excipient's quality and performance, are often underestimated, overlooked, misunderstood, or disregarded. In reality, the functionality of the excipient can help determine whether or not a drug succeeds or fails.
Management Of Fluid Transfer In Single-Use Systems Chris McBride, Product Manager and Donna Riedman, Project Leader, Pall Life Sciences - BioPharmaceuticals
When designing a single-use process containing many unit operations, the initial focus of attention is often the compounding and purification steps involving process equipment such as bioreactors, mixers, tangential flow filters for concentration/diafilitration, and direct flow filters for particle or bioburden reduction or sterilization.
Brochure: High-Purity Diaphragm Valves Aquasyn does not just offer an industrial diaphragm valve that has been converted to meet industry requirements, but products which are conceived and executed specifically to meet the needs of the biopharmaceutical industry.