Articles on disposables: implementation, validation, cost-benefit analysis - BioPharm International

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Disposables
The advantages and disadvantages of disposables, along with cost-benefit analyses, validation strategies, and implementation approaches.

Podcast Series

February 2, 2010

UPLC, QTof, HDMS, and more: A practical guide to the hottest techniques driving the future of biopharmaceutical science.

Bioterminology

February 2, 2010

A Guide to the Biopharmaceutical Lexicon, 2010 edition

End-to-End Deployment of Single-Use Technology in Aseptic Filling of Vaccines at GSK

February 1, 2010

How this Big Pharma company successfully implemented disposable technologies in its manufacturing plant.

Disposables in Rapid Response Manufacturing: The Next Steps

December 1, 2009

Suppliers, manufacturers, and governments must work together to plan how best to develop and deploy disposable systems for emergency response.

Freeze-Thaw Performance and Robustness Assessment of Celsius FFT 6L

December 1, 2009

A case study assesses freezing time and physical robustness under stress.

Integrating Single-Use Connection Components into Filter Integrity Testing Reduces Manufacturing Risk

November 2, 2009

Single-use connections can help drug manufacturers maximize efficiency in every step of the manufacturing process.

Freeze Bulk Bags: A Case Study in Disposables Implementation

November 2, 2009

Genentech's evaluation of single-use technologies for bulk freeze-thaw, storage, and transportation.

A Review of Sterile Connectors

November 2, 2009

Many factors must be considered when choosing a sterile connector for a given process.

Scale-Up and Comparison Studies Evaluating Disposable Bioreactors and Probes

November 2, 2009

Process performance was comparable across all scales, and fiber optic sensors appeared interchangeable with conventional probes.

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