Freeze & Thaw
April 12, 2023
Dry to Die: How Spray Drying can be Replaced by Freezing in the Production of Bulk Intermediates
Spray drying often leads to product losses of mAbs or vaccines of more than 30%. Plate-based freezing and thawing solutions enable controlled handling of bulk intermediates safely in a vendor-independent, modular and scalable fluid and cold chain management process.
March 16, 2023
Filling & Freezing large volumes for fermentation in less than 8 hours
The filling and freezing of large volumes for fermentation is an essential part during different production steps in upstream and downstream processing. In the following, we will explain why it is important to act fast and how an optimization of the process can be achieved.
March 14, 2023
Cold chain handling for fermentation: Single-use solutions to lower costs
As expert for cold chain handling in bioprocessing, Single Use Support is providing solutions to meet challenges for safe storing and shipping associated with right freezing and thawing methods and temperature control for long-term storage. Their development approach leads to innovative systems that enable manufacturers to replace manual processes with fully automated end-to-end processes that not only push efficiency but also increase output.
March 8, 2023
Thawing drug substance: best practices
For drug substances that undergo a freezing process during manufacturing, thawing at some point is only a logical consequence. However, there are several factors to be considered for this seemingly easy procedure – find out more in this article!
March 7, 2023
Freezing drug substance – taking control over large volume pharmaceutical freezing
Freezing large volumes of drug substance can be a challenging endeavor. In this article, we will discuss main considerations as well as possible solutions for this delicate process.
February 28, 2023
Shipping pharmaceutical liquids and its challenges
The global distribution of pharmaceuticals is complex and demanding, requiring precise handling and storage of sensitive products. With the rise of personalized medicine and the increasing globalization of the industry, the need for safe and efficient shipping and supply chain has never been more important.
February 10, 2023
Why CDMOs are increasingly using single-use systems
By combining a number of benefits, single-use technologies that are compliant with cGMP and GAMP seem the perfect choice. For manufacturers of drug substances, they provide a more efficient, cost-effective, and scalable solution than stainless-steel tanks by offering.
February 10, 2023
CDMO in Biopharma: Opportunity or risk?
Both, CDMOs and CMOs, are offering major opportunities in biopharma for startups and emerging companies as well as for established players who are approaching the limits of their manufacturing facilities or are generally looking to outsource parts of or their entire commercial production.
January 3, 2023
Best choice for cold storage of Biopharmaceuticals - A Comparison
What's the best choice for long-term cold storage of valuable drug substance? Comparing different Biopharma technologies.
December 19, 2022
Downstream processing with single-use systems
One would think that a sector like the fast-paced biomanufacturing industry could not get any faster. Yet, increased speed-to-market and ever more efficient manufacturing continue to drive product and process development. This is why single-use technologies have become increasingly popular. Read more about single-use systems for downstream processing in this article.
December 19, 2022
What is upstream and downstream processing?
Upstream and downstream processing are two steps inherent to the production of active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) used in biopharmaceuticals. The production is challenged by increasing regulation and manufacturing costs. This calls for flexible solutions, which is why a growing number of manufacturing processes utilize single-use systems
November 8, 2022
Controlling cryogenic freezing with liquid nitrogen
To control cryogenic freezing is not an easy task, especially when liquid nitrogen is involved. To keep small molecules chemically stable and prevent chemical degradation, the right practices have to be in place. Find out everything about controlled cryogenic freezing with LN2 in this article!