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Automated Multi-Stage Chromatographic Systems for Production of Biotherapeutics

  • George E. Chapman
  • Paul Matejtschuk
  • John E. More
  • Patricia Pilling

Abstract

Systems for multi-stage chromatographic purification of biotechnologysourced therapeutic proteins have been designed and built using carmercially available components, modified where necessary. The systems operate as sterile self-contained units totally under computer control. The chemistries of the individual stages are integrated so that the product peak from one stage is loaded directly on to the next stage. Automatic CIP can be added and programmed as part of the process cycle. Two such systems are in operation: the first is for the purification of human growth hormone from a recombinant mammalian cell line; the second is for the purification of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies. Both systems have been used for the production of material for clinical trials.

Keywords

Human Growth Hormone Cell Culture Supernatant Solenoid Valve Process Cycle Product Peak 
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© SCI 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • George E. Chapman
    • 1
    • 2
  • Paul Matejtschuk
    • 1
  • John E. More
    • 1
  • Patricia Pilling
    • 2
  1. 1.Bio Products LaboratoryElstree, HertsUK
  2. 2.Garvan Institute of Medical ResearchSt Vincent’s HospitalDarlinghurstAustralia

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