Bioprocessing Webinar

Maximising Product Titre By Strategic Control of Osmolality in Mammalian Cell Bioprocesses

Osmolality is a key process parameter in mammalian cell bioprocesses that affects both specific cell growth and specific cell productivity. Published data shows that hyperosmolality, used in a targeted way at particular stages of the biological production process, for certain cell types, can enhance final product yield significantly. This presentation will review the strategies that can be used to manipulate osmolality to increase production yields of monoclonal antibodies and other recombinant proteins.

Presented by Professor Michael Butler – NIBRT