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Rentschler Biotechnologie erweitert Kapazitten fr Produktion in Sugetierzellen
Date:6/20/2008

Laupheim, 20. Juni 2008 / b3c newswire / - Rentschler Biotechnologie, ein führendes Auftragsunternehmen zur Herstellung moderner biopharmazeutischer Arzneimittel gibt die Inbetriebnahme einer 2.500 Liter Produktionsanlage bekannt. Damit verfügt das Unternehmen nun über neun unabhängige GMP-Produktionslinien mit Arbeitsvolumen von 30, 250, 500 und 2.500 Litern für die Herstellung von klinischen Prüfmustern und für die Marktproduktion.

Der moderne 2.500 L-Bioreaktor ist auf dem neuesten Stand der Technik und so ausgelegt, dass je nach Anforderung unterschiedliche Zellkulturprozesse, wie Batch, Fed-Batch oder Perfusion, eingesetzt werden können. Die Proteinreinigung erfolgt dann in zwei Suiten für Prä- und Post-Virusinaktivierung.

Mit seinen modernen GMP-Produktionsanlagen bietet Rentschler Biotechnologie seinen Kunden ein umfassendes Leistungsangebot „vom Gen bis zum Arzneimittel“. Das Unternehmen kann für seine Kunden maßgeschneiderte Herstellprozesse entwickeln und eine langfristige Partnerschaft über die Entwicklungs- und Vermarktungsphasen hinweg anbieten. Aufgrund einer Kooperations-Vereinbarung mit Boehringer Ingelheim erhalten solche Kunden, deren  Produktionsbedarf die Kapazitäten von Rentschler übersteigt, Zugang zu Boehringer Ingelheims großtechnischen Anlagen mit Bioreaktor-Volumen bis zu 15.000 Litern.

Der weltweite Markt für biopharmazeutische Arzneimittel und damit auch der Bedarf an entsprechenden Produktionskapazitäten befinden sich in stetem Wachstum. Aus diesem Grund hat Rentschler Biotechnologie seit 2002 mehr als 70 Millionen Euro in die Erweiterung seiner Produktionskapazitäten investiert. Dadurch hat Rentschler seine Position als Auftragshersteller für Biopharmazeutika gefestigt und zählt heute zu den drei führenden europäischen Dienstleistungsunternehmen in diesem M
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