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Single-use Technology

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


Daniel Tischler

December 19, 2022

Freeze & Thaw

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!


Daniel Tischler

November 8, 2022

Single-use Technology

ADC companies: Big players working with antibody drug conjugates

The antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) market is expected to grow significantly in the next few years. But what are the key players in this competitive landscape? Find out more in this article!


Michael Eder

November 7, 2022


Controlled freezing of ADCs

Antibody-drug conjugates might revolutionize the treatment of cancer and various other diseases. However, there are some challenges to overcome in their handling, including controlled freezing – find out more in this article!


Johannes Kirchmair

October 13, 2022

Single-use Consumables

Mission completed – and now? How RoSS® Shell is to be recycled

Once they have fulfilled their purpose to protect valuable biologics, the question for our RoSS containers arises: What now? This is why we summarized information on the recycling of our containers for single use bags in this article.

Claus Exenberger - Single Use Support

Claus Exenberger

October 12, 2022

Cell & Gene Therapy

Viral vectors for gene therapy: What to expect in 2023

Viral vectors are looking ahead a bright future in gene therapies. In this article, we give you an overview of the most frequently used viral vectors and have a glimpse at their possible future applications.


Daniel Tischler

October 11, 2022

Cell & Gene Therapy

Small batch manufacturing & fill-finish in cell and gene therapy

A great example is the treatment of insidious cancers with CAR T-cells, that relies on modifying the patient’s own T-cells to instill them with a targeted way to fight cancer cells. Learn more why forming strong collaborations will solve many issues!


Michael Mühlegger

October 10, 2022

Single-use Technology

Single-use bioprocessing: Why it pays off to switch to single-use systems now

Single-use systems are looking ahead a bright future – but what is it that manufacturers need to consider before the switch? Learn more about it in this article!


David Seifert

September 15, 2022

Cell Banking

Simplifying Cryopreservation of Cell Monolayers

Advanced cell-based assay workflow with CryoLogyx Thaw and Test pre-plated cell and controlled, scalable freezing process solution RoSS.pFTU to achieve effective cryopreservation of cells.


Brian Moloney

August 9, 2022

Freeze & Thaw

Cryogenic Freezing: All you need to know

Cryopreservation is an effective procedure for the quality-preserving storage of many biomaterials. Find out what cryopreservation actually is, what has to be considered along the process and where it is applied – all summed up in this article.


Daniel Tischler

August 1, 2022

Freeze & Thaw

Pharmaceutical cold chain management – overview of all freezing ranges

Temperature plays a significant role in the production and distribution of several revolutionary biologics. But how does the pharmaceutical cold chain work, and what temperature ranges are most frequently chosen? You will find out in this article!

Alexander Fuchs | Single Use Support

Alexander Fuchs

July 25, 2022

Freeze & Thaw

Ultra-cold freezing and storing – considerations & solutions

Implementing cold freezing and storing in supply chains is oftentimes inevitable when dealing with certain biopharmaceuticals. Learn what the main considerations are and find out how to face related challenges.


Daniel Tischler

July 19, 2022

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