A BioPhorum member only deliverable describing the work of the Plasmids subteam
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This poster recently presented at CASSS Bioassay and BEPA describes selected results of an industry collaboration to encourage discussion on common approaches to ready to use (RtU) for bioassays cell manufacturing, testing and implementation across the industry.
This member only resource developed by the BioPhorum Development Group Viral Clearance team is based on their analysis of the worst-case conditions benchmarking survey and was presented at the PDA Viral Clearance conference in Brussels in June 2022.
Host cell protein risk assessment- Where we are with BioPhorum cross-company collaboration and what we have learnt from an industry perspective?
A presentation on cross-company collaborative work and learnings produced from an industry perspective on host cell protein risk assessment. The presentation included a history of the HCP workstream, previous publications, planned future work and publication plans.
Poster presentation at BPI East based on analysis of the Viral Clearance worst-case conditions benchmarking survey.
Presentation by Jeff Johnson on behalf of the NIIMBL-BioPhorum BSB System Team at BPI East September 2020
This presentation, presented to ISPE Young Professionals, provides an overview of the NIIMBL BioPhorum buffer stock blending system. This will be capable of supplying, in an automated manner, all buffers required for typical purification processes at a quality that is acceptable and equivalent to traditional batch buffer preparation. He also gives an insight into the economic benefits of the technology adoption for both intermediate and large scale manufacturing facilities.
This presentation given by Kevin Gibson, Doan Chao and Paul Randolph on behalf of the team at a webinar for the Biochemical Engineering Award at the 2021 IChemE 2021 global awards. The project achieved highly commended in the category. It describes the work on the team on the NIIMBL BioPhorum buffer stock blending system.