Monthly Archives: October 2017

Do You Have to Sacrifice Antibody Titer for Quality? Employing cell biology to get the best of both worlds



In this podcast, we interviewed Dr. Adam Elhofy, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer, Bio-Ess, about the relationship between antibody titer and product quality attributes such as glycosylation. Dr. Elhofy shares his thoughts on both challenges and opportunities for optimizing both high titer and glycosylation profiles. 

View show notes at cellculturedish.com/sacrifice-antibody-titer-quality-employing-cell-biology-get-best-worlds/


Single-use Bioreactors for Fermentation – It’s now a reality that deserves consideration



In this podcast, we interviewed Ken Clapp, a senior member of GE Healthcare Life Sciences’ upstream product management team. We discussed the use of single-use bioreactors for fermentation, how single-use technology has evolved to meet the more rigorous demands of fermentation, and the benefits of single-use for this application. 

View show notes at cellculturedish.com/single-use-bioreactors-fermentation-now-reality-deserves-consideration/


Implementation of Single-use Bioreactors for Microbial Fermentation is Easier Than You Think



In this podcast, we interviewed Ken Clapp, a senior member of GE Healthcare Life Sciences’ upstream product management team. We explored in more detail the implementation of single-use systems for microbial fermentation including which processes make good candidates for single-use and considerations for transitioning from stainless steel. 

View show notes at cellculturedish.com/implementation-single-use-bioreactors-microbial-fermentation-easier-think/