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Microfluidics Introduces Revolutionary Bottom-up Technology as a Platform for Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Date:4/21/2010

;According to an independent 2010 survey that we commissioned, 80 percent of pharmaceutical companies plan to invest in continuous crystallization technology,” said Michael C. Ferrara, President and CEO of Microfluidics. “MRT is the technology they are seeking. It has the potential to revolutionize pharmaceutical production by serving as a scalable platform for continuous manufacturing and by enabling pharma companies to make purer, more consistent drugs faster with improved stability and bioavailability.”

The technology has immediate value in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and energy industries. Some of the applications ideal for MRT include more effective and tailored drugs, more efficient catalysts for fuel cells, and nanomaterials for batteries, photovoltaics and supercapacitors.

"MRT allows companies to improve bioavailability, target delivery and encapsulate actives more efficiently than any top-down process or traditional crystallization method," said Thomai “Mimi” Panagiotou, PhD., Microfluidics Chief Technology Officer. “Currently, the typical batch crystallization process involves several steps, often in locations across the country, which can take weeks. MRT simplifies the process and has been proven to reduce production time to a matter of hours. Its innovative capabilities for continuous crystallization and chemical reactions have the potential to transform the manufacture of drugs and chemicals by significantly streamlining the steps, timing and cost of consistent, continuous large-scale commercial production.”

To learn more about MRT attend the Microfluidics INTERPHEX press conference, visit the company’s Interphex Booth #2214 or contact Kris Sarajian at ksarajian(at)mfics(dot)com or (+1) 617.969.5452 x233.

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