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As the biopharmaceutical industry's focus moves from a blockbuster sales model to more targeted therapeutics, the need to avoid costly investments in sizable stainless steel equipment is increasing.
The use of single-use bioprocessing equipment is making product manufacture increasingly efficient and frequently less costly, particularly for early stages such as R&D and clinical trials.
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A dominating focus for today’s single use systems in biomanufacturing
is the road towards standardisation between equipment suppliers.
The absence of standardisation between single use system suppliers
is seen as a key discourager to end users despite the many advantages
the format provides to the pharma and biotech production process.
With the release of the PDA Technical report 66 in mind, the adoption of single use systems has been again moved to the top of discussions in biomanufacturing and extractables and leachables is proving to be one of the major stumbling blocks. Pharma IQ have put extractables and leachables under the microscope using sources from Pharma IQ and elsewhere to look at the inhibitors and the guidance in this area.
In this eBook, we have gathered together content in a variety of formats: articles, interviews, videos and columns on the key topics in single use systems. Starting with industry overview articles, we build up to slightly more complex topics such as risk management and finally an interview with Alain Pralong, a speaker at the Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing Conference.
This industry comprehensive report is based upon on feedback gathered from over 100 biopharma experts and covers several key industry topics including optimising biomanufacturing processes, sustainability and environmental impact, product documentation, sterility assurance and manufacturing flexibility.
Biomanufacturing companies are constantly seeking out new ways to lower their cost of goods, improve process efficiency, gain operational flexibility and upgrade their facilities. Ahead of his workshop at Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing 2018, we spoke exclusively with Dr Philipp Hess, Managing Partner at PHA, to discuss the key elements of process optimisation and efficiency used in single-use technology solutions.
Ahead of the Disposable Solutions for Biomanufacturing Global Conference, we sat down with three industry experts from the solution provider space through to pharmaceuticals, in order to a discuss a number of topics including sustainability, closed system processing and automation.
This report shares the speaker, sponsor and delegate highlights from the 10th annual Disposable Solution for Biomanufacturing conference held in Amsterdam this February.The report includes exclusive content from on-site interviews, delegate testimonials, highlights from our expert speaker panel and much more!
In today’s bioprocessing industry, there is a demand to cut manufacturing costs while maintaining product safety and quality; flexibility needs to be increased and time to market reduced. With insights from Dr Philipp Hess, Managing Partner at PHA and our recent industry survey, this infographic will cover the key elements of process optimisation and efficiency used in single-use technology solutions.
Over the years, single use technologies have been expanding in different applications, meaning that there are now a multitude of single use alternatives for different elements of bioprocessing.
In this article ,we spoke to Sharyn Farnsworth, Principal Scientist- Manager Cell Culture, Upstream Process Development, Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies and Francis Verhoeye, Global Pilot Operations Leader, Zoetis to discuss the benefits of embedding scalability and flexibility in single use systems, and the challenges of making systems more flexible and scalable.
Based on the opinions of over 50 biopharma experts, we have put together this industry overview discussing the latest drivers and challenges for the single-use market. This infographic covers topics including investigating continuous bioprocessing, flexibility in single-use systems, and the need to seek new products from suppliers.
There are a number of important considerations that need to be made in order to maximise your chances of success in selling your solution. This handy guide provides an overview of the decision making process for solution adoption in single-use systems and the key steps that need to be taken to give your product the best chance of customer success.
This infographic includes information on:
- Identifying decision makers and the decision making unit
- Establishing the scale of implementation for your customer
- Preparing your data to ensure it will pass SOPs, QA and validation procedures