By Maysam Sodagari
Process development is a crucial stage in biopharmaceutical manufacturing. To execute effectively, life sciences organizations must understand the nuances associated with their products’ specific characteristics.
In the case of fermentation – including products that are expressed in yeast or E. coli – many industry processes and parameters are still in their nascent stages. Organizations developing products requiring fermentation often create custom processes from scratch, leaving room for inefficiencies (due to lack of experience), lost value (due to suboptimal equipment use), and in the case of significant error, costly time delays.
At Grifols, we have helped a diverse range of clients navigate the challenges and complexities associated with the fermentation stage of product development. We possess the experience, innovative thinking, and collaborative approach required to create processes that deliver real value.
Here, we will share two examples which yielded positive results using novel solutions.