Webinars

Introducing Chromassette: Modular Chromatography Platform with a Lattice Supported Bed

This webcast features: Jason Chiu, Product Marketing Scientist, Bioprocess Group, JSR Life Sciences. Chromassette®, a lattice-supporting modular chromatography device, eliminates the constraints of modern column chromatography. The Chromassette technology offers the separation capabilities of conventional chromatography plus the convenience, scalability and other benefits of a pre-packed cassette through its unique, internal scaffold structure that provides consistent “wall support” to all resin beads. In this webinar we will discuss how Chromassette enables high flow-rates for any type of resin regardless of…

Bioproduction Media Optimization Through Spent Media Analysis

This webcast features: Matthew Smonskey, R&D Scientist, Gibco Bioproduction Services Group, Thermo Fisher Scientific Individual cell lines have unique nutritional requirements which may not be satisfied using catalog media. These deficiencies often result in less than optimal recombinant protein yields during a bioproduction process. This presentation will discuss resources available to identify these media limitations and options for designing custom media formulations in order to maximize protein yields. Just fill out this form to watch the recorded webcast now.

Preparing for and Managing Regulatory Inspections

This webcast features: Ray Marzouk, Vice President of Quality at Avid Bioservices Inc. Nothing gets your heart racing faster than receiving a call from your lobby notifying you that a regulatory authority has arrived to perform an inspection. However, with proper preparation and established inspection management protocols in place, navigating a regulatory inspection doesn’t have to be a scary proposition. As a CDMO manufacturing commercial products since 2005, Avid Bioservices Inc. has successfully hosted several regulatory GMP inspections and PAIs…

High Productivity Harvest – Intensify Harvest and Displace Depth Filtration in Fed Batch Cell Culture

This webcast features: John Bonham-Carter, Director of Upstream Sales, Repligen High Productivity Harvest (HPH) is a novel application developed by Repligen that enables you to harvest a fed batch bioreactor in a fully sterile manner while eliminating both centrifugation and depth filtration. A 0.2µm filtered, closed system and single step process using the XCell™ ATF System, HPH can significantly increase yields above industry standards and generate a sterile clarified batch harvest ready for either batch or continuous chromatography. This webinar…

Webcast: Accelerating Vaccine Production with Non-Viral Cell Engineering

This webcast features: Victor Ayala, PhD, ABL Inc. Protein expression for manufacturing falls into one of two basic categories: stable cell line generation or transient transfection. While stable cell lines provide consistency in product quality and quantity, they are also expensive and time-consuming especially in early discovery and development phases. In this webinar, a fully-scalable cell engineering technology employing a transient transfection strategy will be discussed. This technology has allowed for the efficient and cost-effective evaluation of vaccine candidates in…

Improving CHO Cell Biomanufacturing via Whole Genome CRISPR Screening

This webcast features: Jamie Freeman, PhD, Product Manager, Horizon Discovery While Horizon’s GS knockout CHO K1 cell line is rapidly becoming established as one of the best performing cell lines available for the manufacture of biotherapeutics, there is untapped potential within the CHO system. Horizon is focused on using its expertise in genome engineering techniques to modify CHO cell lines to improve their expression capacity for biomanufacturing. Historically, efforts to increase yield have primarily focused on improving media and feed,…

Use of Systematic Tools to Expedite Process Characterization and Maximize Reliability of Process Validation Campaigns

This webcast features: Abel Hastings, Director of Process Sciences, Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies During this webcast you will learn how using a suite of tools, standard practice, and depth of experience in PPQ readiness are aimed at: Effectively focusing attention on critical process understanding and control Scoping and completing the ideal scope and range of characterization Studies to support reliable operations in manufacturing Maximizing reliability during PPQ and commercial manufacturing Enabling full preparedness for PAI and regulatory review   Just fill…

Dynamic Dialysis: A Novel Process-Scale Membrane Separation for GMP Manufacturing

This webcast features: Daniel (Danny) Spurgin, Product Manager, and Cassidy Markee, Bioprocess Sales Specialist, Repligen While static dialysis is used routinely in research and sample analysis, dynamic dialysis is increasingly used today for the purification of macromolecules, proteins, nanoparticles, biomolecules, polymers (polypeptides, polysacharide, oligos), virus for vaccine and delicate/shear sensitive species. It is also ideal for the purification of viscous fluids and hydrogels (hyaluronic acid – HA) that cannot be filtered. Where traditional filtration methods may fail, dynamic dialysis uses…

Minimizing Resources in Developing Commercial Virus Filtration Processes with Planova BioEX

This webcast features: Roya Dayani, Senior Product Manager, Asahi Kasei Bioprocess Europe Establishing a virus filtration step in biopharmaceutical development and manufacturing process may require a large amount of resources (i.e., time, manpower and cost). These can be minimized with swift process development, smooth scale-up and worry-free operations. In this webinar Asahi Kasei Bioprocess will answer the question “What are the main requirements for a virus filter at each phase?”. You will learn through different case studies the filtration performances…

New High Performance AEX Resin for Large Biomolecule Purification

This webcast features: Jiali Liao, Principal Scientist, Process Chromatography R&D, Bio-Rad Laboratories Large molecule purification can be difficult due to their size. This leads to slow diffusion and mass transfer kinetics of the molecules into the pores of traditional chromatography resins, which decreases their binding capacity and resolution. In this webinar, Dr. Jiali Liao will introduce the design features of the Nuvia HP-Q bead matrix that help overcome these purification challenges. Case studies on plasma protein and virus purification will…