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Articles by Tosoh Bioscience LLC

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TOYOPEARL NH2-750F Aggregate Removal from Monoclonal Antibodies
June 24, 2014

The drive to reduce the manufacturing costs for biological therapeutics have increased the demands placed on downstream unit operations to the point where a single processing step is expected to accomplish a multitude of purification objectives. Where anion exchange resins have traditionally been used to remove DNA, endotoxin, and as a viral clearance step in the purification of monoclonal antibodies (mAbs), new ligand chemistries make it possible for anion exchange chromatography to do more. In the following paper, TOYOPEARL NH2-750F, a salt tolerant anion exchange resin from Tosoh Bioscience, is shown to be able to remove mAb dimer and higher order aggregates from mAb monomer.

TOYOPEARL® AF-rProtein A HC-650F rProtein A Ligand Leakage
May 26, 2014

This application note compares the amount of leached Protein A ligand that is present in purified monoclonal antibody, post elution, when using TOYOPEARL AF-rProtein A HC-650F, TOYOPEARL AF-rProtein A-650F, and another commercially available high capacity Protein A resin. Protein A ELISA tests specific to each resin evaluated show that the TOYOPEARL AF-rProtein A HC-650F is very stable and exhibits a markedly lower level of ligand leakage compared to the other resins tested.

TOYOPEARL AF-rProtein A HC-650F Host Cell Protein Removal
March 25, 2014

The following paper compares the host cell protein (HCP) removal capabilities of TOYOPEARL AF-rProtein A HC-650F, TOYOPEARL AF-rProtein A-650F, and another commercially available high-capacity protein A resin.

TOYOPEARL GigaCap DEAE-650M Performance Comparison to TOYOPEARL DEAE-650M
July 30, 2013

TOYOPEARL GigaCap DEAE-650M is a very high capacity anion exchange resin capable of delivering products of similar purity to that seen with the TOYOPEARL DEAE-650M resin with identical operating conditions yet is more tolerant of higher conductivities.



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