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The FlavourSpec® comprises the physical working principle of a Gas Chromatograph coupled to an Ion Mobility Spectrometer with auto-sampler feeding.
Parker Bioscience Filtration has come up with a solution to the danger of cross-contamination when bulk filling products and introduces the SciLog FD system.
Sartorius offers its customers standard products and solutions, as well as flexible, customized approaches to fit every need in bioproduction.
Parker Bioscience develops single-use solutions that address challenges in production, transport, storage and final filling.
Hamilton has extended its single-use sensor portfolio with two new parameters: conductivity and viable cell density.
Cytiva has introduced an innovation that supports the biotech industry’s move to continuous manufacturing.
New transfer tubing from BioPure provides reliable fluid transfer solution for biopharmaceutical applications
Sartorius Stedim combines its products with a high level of customization. “We can now use statistics for advanced process tuning”
Parker provides upstream, harvesting and downstream bioprocessing solutions. “We like to keep our customers’ nervousness factor as low as possible”
Hamilton promises to simplify in-line measurement of dCO2 with its new solid-state ‘CO2NTROL’-sensor.
Cytiva’s Fibro technology, known for its increased throughput and productivity in monoclonal antibody purification, is being extended to capture adeno-associated virus (AAV).
Aiming to stay ahead of the demand for single-use products, Parker recently increased its existing cleanroom capacity. Combined with the company’s proactive stock policy, this extra capacity is proving useful in the context of COVID-19.
Hamilton’s Arc Air interface enables GMP workflows, with its single-use intelligent sensors combined with the latest generation of process analytical technology (PAT).
Cytiva has introduced an innovation that supports the biotech industry’s move to continuous manufacturing. Called the Xcellerex Automated Perfusion System (APS), it simplifies processes and reduces risk when intensifying upstream operations.
Gilson has developed a compact, low-cost tube filling system that has the flexibility to fill bottles, tubes, vials, or microplates quickly. With the current pandemic, there is an exponential demand for diagnostic testing of patients for COVID-19, the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
For a limited time, all new customers on Gilson.com receive up to 30% off select PIPETMAN air-displacement pipettes by creating an account and shopping online.
‘Puresu customised assemblies offer a unique range of benefits to customers with different bioprocessing needs’
Sartorius has recently acquired the industry-proven BioSMB technology: an integrated single-use device that allows for continuous chromatography. Combined with the company’s established portfolio for upstream processing, this paves the way for new developments in process intensification.
New bioprocess solutions can integrate devices and workflows, generate and store information, and use this information to automatically control bioprocesses. Eve, developed by INFORS HT, is an example of such an advanced ‘bioprocess data warehouse’.
Good Manufacturing Practice, or GMP, is rapidly becoming commonplace in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. It may seem daunting, but individual companies don’t have to reinvent the wheel. Suppliers such as Hamilton provide full GMP solutions.
Parker Bioscience develops single-use solutions that address a wide range of challenges in product transport, storage and final filling.
Cytiva has developed Fibro: a new technology for chromatography. Its fiber matrix allows for high binding capacities at very short residence times, resulting in increased throughput and productivity in mAb purification.
Do you recognize that? Missed the infection point. It appears just have happened when you were not in the lab. Saturday morning 6:15 PM.
Biopharmaceutical manufacturing is increasingly shifting towards the application of single-use equipment. Hamilton develops dedicated single-use sensors to facilitate process control.
GE Healthcare has developed Fortem™ film, a technology for creating a platform of single-use bags for all stages of bioprocessing. It succeeded in making a multilayered film with high performance on all levels, no compromises.
Cell culture media and buffers are an important factor in bioprocessing. Where media determine cell growth and upstream productivity, buffer concepts determine downstream footprint and efficiency. How can optimal formulation and formatting of these essential materials help to produce better and cheaper medicines?
Single-use technology has now been established as the major technology used within global bioproduction facilities. While several challenges still remain, they are becoming less of an issue as the industry moves forward. Graeme Proctor, Product Manager Single Use Technologies at Parker Bioscience Filtration, discusses some of these.
This article was written in close collaboration with our commercial partners GE Healthcare Life Sciences, Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Merck, and PALL Life Sciences.