Driving down COGs of viral vector-based biopharmaceuticals
How do you keep cost of goods (COGs) for viral vector-based medicines within reason to develop a product that is both affordable and financially viable?
GMP viral vector and viral vaccine production: Is outsourcing to a CDMO the answer for your project?
Developing a successful viral vaccine or viral vector for use in a clinical setting is notoriously challenging. Unforeseen pitfalls and roadblocks in process development and scale-up can lead to costly delays. Worse still, a poorly developed process can be difficult...
Do fixed-bed bioreactors provide a solution to viral vector shortage?
A blog to guide you through some of our team’s experiences with fixed bed reactors for virus manufacturing.
Tackling the capacity bottleneck in downstream processing of viral vectors
Written by expert: Evert, Associate Director DSP With the first gene therapies now being on the market, the production quantities for gene therapy vectors are increasing to satisfy the demand. A steady increase of product titers and the corresponding change in...
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