BPI Contributor

December 1, 2008

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Considering Cell Culture Automation in Upstream Bioprocess Development

With the increasing importance of biologics in today’s pharmaceutical market, throughput and efficiency are crucial in developing a production cell line. Cell culture automation can be a good solution for high-throughput and labor-intensive areas of a development process. Because of the cost of the investment, there are many factors to be considered before committing to a purchase.

In this paper, Tim Gryseels, a senior scientist at Pfizer, discusses the important steps in identifying and purchasing cell culture automation, and how the automation process can reduce costs and increase throughput, efficiency and consistency.

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