- Improvements in Viral Vector Manufacturing Process with Chemical Definition of Cell Culture Media & Excipients
Improvements in Viral Vector Manufacturing Process with Chemical Definition of Cell Culture Media & Excipients
Published on 6 May 2021
Review Article: Journal of Bioprocessing & Biotechniques
Atherly Pennybaker, Media Formulation and Product Applications Specialist, Invitria
Randy Alfano, PhD, VP Product Development, InVitria
Sofia Pezoa, PhD, Cell Culture Scientist, InVitria
Recent Advances of Chemical Definition of Cell Culture Media and Excipients for Virus and Viral Vector Manufacturing
We’re excited about the new article published in the Journal of Bioprocessing & Biotechniques: Recent Advances of Chemical Definition of Cell Culture Media and Excipients for Virus and Viral Vecor Manufacturing: A Review.
Virus production is a critical step in cell and gene therapies and vaccine manufacture. Due to supply chain constraints, poor reproducibility, and safety concerns attributed to potential adventitious agents present in serum and serum-derived proteins, regulatory agencies have encouraged replacement of these components. Recombinant albumin and transferrin can successfully replace serum-derived proteins these applications.chemical-cell-culture-media-excipients-virus-viral-vector
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