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Achieving Optimal Performance from Single-Use Platforms, New Life Science Webinar Hosted by Xtalks
Date:3/11/2013

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB) March 11, 2013

Balancing flexibility and costs under an accelerated timeline is a challenge for any biotech firm. This webinar will describe the quality and regulatory points to consider, as well as the economic factors that support and justify expansion. Speakers from Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies — a Contract Development & Manufacturing facility that has a successful history of supplying both clinical and commercial cell culture derived human therapeutics using stainless steel bioreactor platforms — will discuss the design basis for “all” single use manufacturing processes. They exploit the single use concept from ‘vial thaw through to bulk monoclonal antibody drug substance’.

The keys to maximizing the investment in a cGMP cell culture manufacturing facility and achieving operational benefits start during process development and initial process design.

This webinar will examine:

  •     The upstream and downstream development platforms that need to be modified and optimized to support efficient process definition and effective technology transfer to fully exploit single use bioprocess technologies. A case study involving Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies’ cell line development will be presented.
  •     How upfront development of a robust single use process platform streamlines manufacturing operations and provides advantages in technology transfer via elegant process design
  •     How these advantages in operational robustness and process transfer efficiency allow for rapid process portability to enable manufacturing flexibility on a global scale

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