Single-Use Technology in Biopharmaceutical Manufacture

Single-Use Technology in Biopharmaceutical Manufacture

Editor(s): Regine Eibl, Dieter Eibl

Published Online: 19 JAN 2011 12:08PM EST

Print ISBN: 9780470433515

Online ISBN: 9780470909997

DOI: 10.1002/9780470909997

About this Book

This book gives an overview of commonly-used disposables in the manufacture of biopharmaceuticals, their working principles, characteristics, engineering aspects, economics, and applications. With this information, readers will be able to come to an easier decision for or against disposable alternatives and to choose the appropriate system. The book is divided into two parts - the first is related to basic knowledge about disposable equipment; and the second discusses applications through case studies that illustrate manufacturing, quality assurance, and environmental influence.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Basics

    1. Chapter 6

      Disposable Sensor Systems (pages 67–81)

      Patrick Lindner, Christian Endres, Arne Bluma, Tim Höpfner, Anne Glindkamp, Claas Haake, Daniel Landgrebe, Daniel Riechers, Richard Baumfalk, Bernd Hitzmann, Thomas Scheper and Kenneth F. Reardon

  2. Part II: Application Reports and Case Studies

    1. Chapter 16

      Disposable SuperSpinner: Characteristics and Typical Applications (pages 197–205)

      Andreas Kocourek, Jacqueline Herrmann, Lidija Lisica, Irina Bauer and Regine Eibl

    2. Chapter 19

      Single-Use Stirred Tank Reactor BIOSTAT CultiBag STR: Characterization and Applications (pages 225–240)

      Ute Noack, Davy De Wilde, Francis Verhoeye, Edward Balbirnie, Wolfgang Kahlert, Thorsten Adams, Gerhard Greller and Oscar-Werner Reif

    3. Chapter 20

      Single-Use Bioreactor Platform for Microbial Fermentation (pages 241–250)

      Parrish M. Galliher, Geoff Hodge, Patrick Guertin, Lawrence Chew and Ted Deloggio

    4. Chapter 21

      Growth of BY-2 Suspension Cells and Plantibody Production in Single-Use Bioreactors (pages 251–261)

      Nicole Raven, Stefan Schillberg, Janina Kirchhoff, Johanna Brändli, Nicole Imseng and Regine Eibl

    5. Chapter 22

      CFD as a Tool to Characterize Single-Use Bioreactors (pages 263–279)

      Christian Löffelholz, Stephan C. Kaiser, Sören Werner and Dieter Eibl

    6. Chapter 23

      Automated Disposable Systems: Application Reports (pages 281–294)

      Nicola Franscini, Iris Poggendorf, Clara Cavelier, Jens M. Kelm, Wolfgang Moritz and Ursula Graf-Hausner

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