eBook: Filling Gaps in Managing Large Volumes of Biologics

eBook: Filling Gaps in Managing Large Volumes of Biologics

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Filling gaps in biopharmaceutical manufacturing

Aseptic aliquotation and cryopreservation of drug substances are crucial process steps in bioprocessing. Even though they’re not in the spotlight of biomanufacturing.

In drug development and drug delivery, biologics must be transferred at numerous occasions. Along the journey of monoclonal antibodies, vaccines and more, the drug substance passes lots of process steps where liquid transfer is required. This is relevant for the transitions between upstream processing, downstream processing and fill & finish, but also within these manufacturing milestones.

The market of fluid & cold chain management has great growth potential and is on its way to professionalization and industrialization. To meet the challenges of manufacturing drug substances,  Single Use Support helps manufacturers and CDMOs to advance their fluid & cold chain management process to achieve a secure and efficient process for liquids on the basis of single-use bags. Each biopharmaceutical product has its unique characteristics. And especially when it comes to freezing and thawing these liquids, they can lose their viability due to uncontrolled and improper cooling. Therefore, innovations in therapeutics research, technologies, and logistics are supporting continued progress in the pharmaceutical supply chain.

This eBook gives you more insights about:

  • What gaps need to be filled in bioprocessing?
  • What primary packaging to use?
  • Hurdles to overcome in handling pharmaceuticals
  • The new approach to tackle these challenges
  • Future Prospects: A glimple into the crystal ball