Welcome to graduates of the continuous processing courses held at the Biofactory Competence Center (BCC) in Switzerland. This webpage gives you access to our library on continuous bioprocessing including videos, application notes, technical posters, webinars and white papers.
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Bioburden Control in Continuous Bioprocessing
Bioburden control within continuous manufacturing is a key area of concern in the biotech industry. In our short video Britta Manser outlines how existing technologies can help mitigate potential risks linked to bioburden control among new technologies, and answers important questions around regulatory compliance concerns for continuous technologies.
Download our ebook on continuous processing and learn more about:
- The key drivers to move to continuous bioprocessing
- The continuous process of the future
- How to establish a continuous bioprocessing platform
Technical Poster: Cost Modeling of a Downstream mAb Design Space: Stainless Steel Batch and Single-Use Batch vs. an Integrated Continuous Platform
Webinar: Continuous Bioprocessing Solutions: Case Study – Merck Presents Scale-up of Continuous Chromatography using Cadence™ BioSMB System
Webinar: Continuous Bioprocessing Solutions: Case Study – CMC Biologics Explores the Potential of Continuous Multi-Column Chromatography
Application Note: Productivity and Economic Advantages of Coupling Single-Pass Tangential Flow Filtration to Multi-Column Chromatography for Continuous Processing
Webinar: Reviewing Continuous Chromatography Solutions and the Effect the Number of Process Columns has on Specific Productivity and Binding Capacity
Application Note: Volume Reduction and Process Optimization with Cadence™ Inline Concentrator
Webinar: Virus Filtration in Continuous Processing
Technical Poster: Consideration of Filter Design Space for Validation of Virus Filtration in Continuous Processing Applications