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Increasing Efficiency and Throughput with Separation and Purification

June 2, 2007

Increasing efficiency and throughput in downstream separation and purification performance is currently a major focus in the biopharmaceutical industry. Traditional TFF systems cannot be scaled in a linear fashion to meet the projected demand for fermentation and cell culture based products. NCSRT has created a patented line of filtration solutions that address the bottlenecks currently experienced as biopharmaceutical products scale up from clinical trials to blockbuster production quantities.

On-Demand GMP CMO Capacity through Sequential Cascade BioManufacturing

June 2, 2007

Introduction, Capabilities

Very High Capacity Cation Exchange Resin

June 2, 2007

A new, very high capacity cation exchange resin* for process scale applications was developed by the researchers at Tosoh Corporation. This resin, with dynamic binding capacities approaching 145 mg/mL for IgG molecules, is the newest member of the Toyopearl product line.

Feature-Rich, Integrated Quality, and Regulatory Compliance Management Software for Biopharmaceutical Companies

June 2, 2007

Abstract: Sparta Systems' TrackWise quality and compliance management software (QMS) helps global biopharmaceutical companies reduce risk, achieve compliance, and lower costs. TrackWise streamlines processes by improving visibility, traceability, and accountability through structured workflow, escalation and reporting.

Utilizing RFID Technology to Make Filtration Processes Easier, More Reliable, and Faster

June 2, 2007

Radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is a reliable, accurate method of conveying critical information from point to point. Well established digital data transfer standards ensure complete and accurate exchange of critical data at almost instantaneous speeds. Unlike bar codes, RFID possesses larger data storage capability meaning more information is available. RFID tags are embedded in the filters which make the data available at point of use, where you need it, and inherently less susceptible to mechanical damage. Finally, RFID does not require a specific orientation to be read, eliminating the need for human intervention, thus lending itself to reliable automated processes.

A Rapid Solution to the Challenge of Synthetic Peptide Purification

June 2, 2007

A new universal RP-HPLC column for peptide purification, and the use of novel flow-through media for the removal of acidic ion pairing agents and peptide free base formation are reported. The use of these two products, with SOPs, can substantially increase the throughput of peptide manufacture.

Providing Process Development, Flexible Manufacturing, and Analytical Services to the Global Biotech Community

June 2, 2007

Cook Pharmica LLC is a biopharmaceutical contract manufacturer of mammalian cell-culture products. Cook Pharmica's mission is to provide process development, flexible manufacturing, and analytical services to the global biotech community, enabling its partners to bring their life-saving discoveries to patients. Founded in 2004, Cook Pharmica is a privately held, wholly-owned subsidiary of Cook Incorporated.

Economy and Reproducibility: Varying Virus Spike Conditions on a Planova 20N Virus-Removal Filter

June 2, 2007

Introduction; Materials and Methods

IP Briefs: The Positive Side of Negative Disclaimers

June 1, 2007

Addition of a disclaimer to a claim, based on words not present in the application as filed, is referred to as an undisclosed disclaimer.

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