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Ten Years Later: Innovation Driving Single-Use Technology Advances

April 2, 2013

BioPlan's Annual Report shows continued growth in the use of single-use technology.

Analytical Method Lifecycle: A Roadmap for Biopharmaceutical Development

April 1, 2013

The authors propose a roadmap for analytical lifecycle development.

Translating Stem Cells From Laboratory to Clinic

April 1, 2013

Ontario-area scientists discuss approaches to development of stem-cell therapies.

Custom-Cell Products: Diversified In Vitro Models

April 1, 2013

The author outlines the need for custom-cell products.

Increasing Lyophilization Productivity, Flexibility, and Reliability Using Liquid Nitrogen Refrigeration–Part 1 of 2

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Protein Therapeutics and the Regulation of Quality: A Brief History

October 1, 2007

Regulatory agencies have evolved along with the biotechnology industry to define quality standards.

Vaccine Characterization Using Advanced Technology

August 2, 2007

With the advent of high-resolution mass spectrometers and highly sensitive MS instruments, vaccine characterization has entered a new phase.

Regulatory Issues: Pandemic Preparedness Pacing Up

August 2, 2007

Any endpoint considered appropriate to support approval, whether a surrogate or a clinical endpoint, must be supported by substantial evidence of effectiveness.

Cancer Vaccines: Asymptotically Approaching Product Approval

August 2, 2007

For many cell-based vaccines, the precursor monocytes or CD34+ cells are cultured with cytokines to obtain dendritic cells, which are very potent antigen-presenting cells (APCs).



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