Future of Bioprocessing

Future of Bioprocessing

Monoclonal Antibody-Based Therapeutics

Monoclonal antibody-based therapeutics have become increasingly significant in the field of medicine, offering targeted and precise treatments for various diseases. To ensure the success of these therapies, it is crucial to have robust infrastructure and resources in place. Gain more valuable insights into our solutions that aid the development of monoclonal antibodies. Explore cutting-edge analytical technologies, process automation tools, and quality control solutions that contribute to the advancement of this field.

Whether you are a researcher, a pharmaceutical company, or simply interested in understanding the intricacies of monoclonal antibody development, this webpage is your go-to resource. Let's dive into the world of monoclonal antibodies and explore the solutions that pave the way for innovative and effective therapeutics.


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The Mission: Driving the Future of Bioprocessing

Monoclonal antibody development involves several crucial phases, each playing a vital role in bringing a potential therapy to fruition. It begins with screening and validating target genes, where researchers identify and select specific genes associated with the disease or condition being targeted. This step lays the foundation for subsequent development stages.

The next phase involves cell line development and clone screening. Researchers engineer host cells to produce the desired monoclonal antibodies. This process entails optimizing cell culture conditions, selecting high-producing cell lines, and screening clones to identify those with the most desirable characteristics. We aim to support you every step of the way. Download the infographic to learn more.

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Whitepaper:  Automation in Therapeutic Antibody Development

Automation in Therapeutic Antibody Development: Current Trends, Challenges and Solutions

Automation offers a promising solution to challenges during antibodies development by: 

  • Accelerating decision-making
  • Enhancing quality control
  • Streamlining development processes

This whitepaper explores the latest progress in mAb development and highlights how automation can expedite the journey from bench to bedside.


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