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UW's Waisman Center seeing strong demand for biomanufacturing facility time

Madison, Wis. -- A large whiteboard in the corridor of the Waisman Clinical BioManufacturing Facility at UW-Madison lists, in color-coded fashion, the schedule for use of the facility's various laboratory suites and research services.

In its very low-technology manner, the whiteboard indicates the success of the facility, which is ab......

Full article >>> h on human development and developmental disabilities.

If a split were to occur, it might make sense to have some of the research suites at the University Research Park, where potential clients may be based, Keach said. Projects that were more closely related to the UW Hospitals would remain in the current facility, he speculated.
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Full article >>> rly stages, focusing on the use of fermentation facilities.

"It's gone extremely well," he said.

The next stage for Quintessence will be to focus on use of the protein purification suites.

But Kauten is somewhat concerned about the popularity of the Waisman facility.

"The Waisman Center is becoming successful to the point that they are outgrowing their current f......

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Murphy and McAnulty, in a project sponsored by Anthony D'Allesando, director of multiorgan transplantation at UW Hospitals and Clinics, are working on advancements in the preservation of human organs intended for transplantation.

GMP help called invaluable


There is a tremendous amount of research and documentat......

Full article >>> Park could be an off-site location, with some form of partnership between the park and the Waisman. While it is in "the earliest of stages," Keach said one plan would be to give Research Park tenants a subsidy to cover part of the costs of using the Waisman for manufacturing. The Research Park would not then need to build its own clean space, Keach said, and it could then use the subsidy as a sel......

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Source:wistechnology.com By David Niles 08/29/05


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