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July 22, 2019

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2019-BIO-Theater-Dailies-Lonza-300x157.pngOften biomanufacturing coverage focuses on the extremes: small-scale single-use production or large-scale stainless steel. But with higher titers, potencies and niche indications, the industry is increasingly looking for a middle way, said Stéphane Varray, associate director of commercial development for midscale at Lonza Pharma and Biotech. In this BPI Theater at BIO interview with editor Dan Stanton, Varray observed that multiplexing in single use is an option, but that at some point it makes more sense economically to move to a stainless steel solution, adding that Lonza hopes to expand its Portsmouth, NH site to support this very goal.

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