53Biologics

Biologics CDMO: Why You Need One

The rapid growth of the biologics market has made biologics contract development and manufacturing organizations even more crucial.   The complexities involved in developing biologics and scaling manufacturing to get them on the market makes unfeasible to do the process in-house for biopharmaceutical and pharmaceutical companies.  What Is a Biologics CDMO Company?  A biologics contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) provides biological medical product development and manuf...
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Accelerating Biologics Manufacturing

In today’s world, pharma and biotech industry is constantly driving to shorten development time and gain faster approval for their high quality therapies. Biologics, from DNA to proteins, present unique and time-consuming challenges whereby factors such as cell line and analytical development, biologic instability, scale up, and limited capacity may negatively impact time to market and budget outcomes.   “Speed to milestone” “Speed to Market” “Speed to Patient” are words well kn...
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Why is Pichia Pastoris a good alternative for the production of recombinant proteins?

Pichia pastoris is a methylotrophic yeast belonging to the class Ascomycetes. Found in the 1960s, its main characteristic is to use methanol as a carbon and energy source. After years of study, P. pastoris has become a model organism for genetic study, being important in the field of biological and biotechnological research. Pichia pastoris is a yeast currently widely used as an expression system for the production of recombinant proteins, both for basic research and industrial purposes,...
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What is the best known living being in the scientific field?

The best known organism in science is certainly a bacterium that lives in the human intestine. Invisible to the naked eye, Escherichia coli is largely responsible for the knowledge of some of the fundamentals of modern biology that have been recognized by several Nobel prizes.  These are the processes of bacterial genetic recombination, RNA transcription, DNA replication and gene regulation. In addition, in recent decades this bacterium has become another tool in the laboratory, especially...
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Vaccines need a supply chain

The long-awaited immunization vaccines for SARS-CoV2 have arrived, and for us all to get back to “normal” again, rapid application and sustained large-scale production are required. On them depends to a large extent to achieve recovery and reduce the economic and human impact that Covid-19 is causing. Generally, vaccines work by exposing to the immune system a virus or part of it, which has been previously weakened or attenuated. When the vaccinated immune system subsequently encounters...
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A toast to our health

2020 has shown how biotechnology positively affects our lives. We wish you a wonderful and welcomed 2021 Remember to stay safe and healthy....
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Awarded the first place medal of the quality seal

We are so happy to announce that we have been awarded the ISO 9001:2015 quality seal TrophyFirst place medal This quality policy is based on a firm commitment with our clients to meet their requirements and expectations....
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