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Epeius Biotechnologies Corporation Expands its Rexin-G Production Facilities in Southern California
Date:2/18/2010

vanced targeted genetic medicines. In accordance with an FDA Critical Path initiative, which encourages innovation and the implementation of new technological advances in GMP, CMC, aseptic processing, and quality control, the Epeius VPU is poised to launch the large-scale production of targeted genetic medicine into the 21st century. By combining the most advanced modular clean-room engineering specifications with space-age materials, aseptic processes, and robotic operations, the stunning new facility exemplifies a new level of cleanliness, efficiency, productivity, and cost-effectiveness, as well as product quality control, all by design.

Housed in a spacious NASA-style hangar and seated onto an expansive seamless epoxy floor, the elegant stainless steel and glass facility is pleasing to the eye, both inside and out, as large windows and walls of plate glass rise to form corridors with twelve-foot ceilings. Equipped with clean-room air handling systems derived from the high-tech industry, the impeccable cleanliness of the enveloped interior is further maintained by batteries of UV-lights embedded within the integral ductwork. The outstanding level of high-tech innovation embodied in the Epeius VPU is hardly surprising, considering that systems engineers from Terra Universal critical environment solutions worked closely with Epeius scientists on the plant's design features.


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