Computer-aided biology describes a growing ecosystem of tools that augment human capabilities in the laboratory. In this report we give two case study examples of how computer-aided biology has transformed industrial gene therapy bioprocessing. Read on to discover how Synthace’s Antha cloud-based software platform has enabled industrial collaborators Oxford Biomedica and the Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult to harness the power of Bioprocessing 4.0 by:
- incorporating new process analytical technologies (PAT), such as Raman Spectroscopy, into their unit operations
- automating the upload, collation, organization, structuring, processing, visualization, and analysis of large bioprocess datasets from various sources
- precluding the need for data wrangling and reducing the time from data generation to high-value bioprocess insight from weeks to minutes.
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