Osmolality In Biopharm
Education & Training
Biopharmaceutical manufacturing involves many complex operational steps. Ensuring that the manufacturing process consistently produces a biopharmaceutical product of predetermined yield, purity, and quality is of utmost importance. To ensure a quality manufacturing process is achieved the use of process analytical technology (PAT) should be used. Osmolality as a PAT can be used to monitor raw material components, process intermediates, and finished products.
Solute concentration in process fluids is an important parameter required in bioprocessing to achieve consistent results in process fluids. Osmolality is a measure of concentration and is considered a critical quality attribute and critical process parameter in bioprocessing.
- Guarantee quality, potency and consistency during media development and raw material management.
- Monitor cell culture and fermentation to ensure optimal cell health, and consequently, high product quality and yield.
Ensure precise buffer preparation and prove complete buffer exchange to improve purification efficiency.
Safeguard your biologics as it passes through storage, reconstitution and injection. Ensure that the final product meets your quality standards and release criteria.
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Quality Control in Manufacturing
Using Quality Control (QC) throughout the manufacturing process ensures biopharmaceutical products are consistently produced to a predetermined yield, purity, and quality. QC is used to measure that the osmolality of drug products are within set standards throughout manufacturing and can be plugged in upstream, downstream, and during final product release.
Process Optimization During Development & Manufacturing
Biopharmaceutical development and manufacturing involves many complex steps. Ensuring that these processes consistently produce a biopharmaceutical product of predetermined yield, purity, and quality is of utmost importance.
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