Making Virus Inactivation a Reality for Continuous Upscaled Processes
The Cadence™ Virus Inactivation (VI) system, a fully automated low pH virus inactivation system for both batch and continuous processing is one of the latest additions to Pall’s Continuous platform. This webinar will discuss how traditional low pH virus inactivation has been translated into an automatic system, and also the additional challenges associated with making it a continuous process. There will be a review of the two methods used for validating the design and an overview of the integration of capture chromatography and virus inactivation, which represents the first commercial scale combined unit operations in this space.
Senior Global Product Manager, Continuous Purification
Mark Schofield, Ph.D.
Principal R&D Engineer
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This talk will focus on an overall application of USP <665> starting from risk assessment to qualification of disposable manufacturing systems based on USP<665> data set. All the key principles with examples where these principles need to be satisfied before one can apply the USP<665> data for disposable manufacturing system qualification will be discussed and illustrated. Lastly, different qualification approaches will also be presented to provide broader understanding.