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ProMetic announces Octapharma publication of PRDT'S prion removal resin in Octaplas(R) manufacturing process at 30th International Congress of the International Society for Blood Transfusion meeting in Macao SAR, China
Date:6/10/2008

vide very high levels of purification. This is achieved by use of small chemical affinity ligands designed to bind a target biomolecule specifically and reversibly. In view of their use for the production of therapeutics, ProMetic's affinity products are manufactured according to a strict quality system based on good manufacturing practice at PBL's ISO 9001:2000 certified manufacturing facility on the Isle of Man, which completed a (pnds stlg)1.5 million expansion in 2005. PBL also operates an R&D laboratory located on the Cambridge Science Park, UK.

About Octapharma AG

Octapharma, a Swiss-based company, is an independent, global plasma fractionation specialist. Its core business is the development, production and sale of high quality human proteins. The Company has grown to 2,500 employees in 27 countries since its founding in 1983. Octapharma owns five modern, state-of-the-art production facilities in Austria, France, Sweden, Mexico and Germany. Sales turnover in 2007 exceeded Euro 752 million. Octapharma continues to grow and invest heavily in the future. Profits are mainly channeled into R&D and further improvements and expansion of Production. In the highly demanding market of life-saving plasma products, Company success is only possible through reliable product quality and a proven safety record.

About Octaplas(R)

Octaplas(R) is a pharmaceutical quality human coagulation active plasma for transfusion. Besides being solvent/detergent virus inactivated, the product is standardized, which promotes a better planning and monitoring of treatment. Furthermore, the removal of all residual blood cells and neutralization of both allergens and antibodies against leukocytes render this medicinal product virtually free from causing allergic reactions and the risk for transfusion-related acute lung injuries ("TRALI"), being the most common cause of death in transfusion medicine, has been abolished. Octaplas(R) increases through these multiple fav
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