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PSAIChE Biotech: Optimize Flocculation With Real Time Particle Characterization

Since the Seattle area is well known for biotech, I was not surprised when the November Puget Sound American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE) meeting focused on the cell fermentation process at Amgen.   The AIChE meeting featured the presentation by Amgen’s Anna Senczuk:  Continue reading

Using Process Analytical Technology (PAT) to Ensure Targeted Cell Culture Productivity

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Tracking Inline Cell Count and Dimension

Brian O’Sullivan will present Tracking Inline Cell Count and Dimension to Ensure Targeted Cell Culture Productivity on May 26.    During this free online seminar, case studies where Process Analytical Technology (PAT) was successfully applied to fermentation processes – including filamentous organisms, plant cells, mammalian cells, and E. Coli – will be reviewed.

Specific application examples that Brian will discuss are protein crystallization optimization, scale-up from shaker flasks to pilot scale, cell debris & cell debris flocculation, cell count & cell density monitoring in real time with no need for sampling, and cell culture productivity.

Visit the Tracking Inline Cell Count and Dimension to Ensure Targeted Cell Culture Productivity online seminar page for more information.