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The Cell Culture Dish (CCD) podcast covers areas important to the research, discovery, development, and manufacture of disease and biologic therapeutics. Key industry coverage areas include: drug discovery and development, stem cell research, cell and gene therapy, recombinant antibodies, vaccines, and emerging therapeutic modalities.

Cell Culture Dish Podcast Brandy Sargent

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The Cell Culture Dish (CCD) podcast covers areas important to the research, discovery, development, and manufacture of disease and biologic therapeutics. Key industry coverage areas include: drug discovery and development, stem cell research, cell and gene therapy, recombinant antibodies, vaccines, and emerging therapeutic modalities.

    Addressing the increasing demand for single-use technologies and supply chain shortages with future proof systems

    Addressing the increasing demand for single-use technologies and supply chain shortages with future proof systems

    Phil Sanders talks about the increase in demand for single-use equipment and consumables and how this has led to supply chain shortages.

    • 16 min
    Implementing Adherent Cell Culture Technology for Cell Therapy Bioprocess

    Implementing Adherent Cell Culture Technology for Cell Therapy Bioprocess

    Several of the most promising candidates in the pipeline use mesenchymal stromal cells and pluripotent stem cells, both of which require an adherent substrate for native biological function. Thus, utilizing an adherent platform for production of these cell types provides several advantages, including shorter process development and optimization time, no need to adapt cells to suspension, and the ability to implement various surface modifications that promote the relevant biology.

    • 28 min
    Evolving Beyond the Status Quo with Next Generation Buffer Prep Solutions

    Evolving Beyond the Status Quo with Next Generation Buffer Prep Solutions

    In this podcast, we spoke with Chris Rombach, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Asahi Kasei Bioprocess America about buffer prep and delivery systems. We discussed current pain points and how next generation buffer prep solutions can greatly improve upon the status quo, including increasing the use of automation and remote operation, while reducing the overall footprint, labor and cost associated with more traditional approaches.

    • 14 min
    Integrated Freezing Solutions to Minimize Risk and Preserve Product Quality

    Integrated Freezing Solutions to Minimize Risk and Preserve Product Quality

    Claire Jarmey-Swan, Global Product Manager, Pall Corporation talks about the evolution freeze thaw technologies and how these new methods can streamline the process, minimize loss and maintain the highest product quality.

    • 10 min
    Enabling process development for continuous bioprocessing: Answering the call for small scale tools that are fit for purpose

    Enabling process development for continuous bioprocessing: Answering the call for small scale tools that are fit for purpose

    The priority of speed to market is often at odds with issues around development resources, facility space, and infrastructure for both development and manufacturing. Continuous bioprocessing provides solutions for many of these challenges in certain applications, but to deliver on this promise we need fit-for-purpose tools and technologies to enable process development and provide reliable transfer to commercial manufacturing.

    • 32 min
    The CHO Cell Line – From Reliable Workhorse to State-of-the-art Protein Powerhouse

    The CHO Cell Line – From Reliable Workhorse to State-of-the-art Protein Powerhouse

    Alan Dickson talks about the evolution of the CHO Cell line from isolation to workhorse of the biomanufacturing industry, to gene edited knockout variants. It is an interesting look at why CHO cells have been so successful and how this success continues to be improved upon for manufacture of emerging therapeutics.

    • 29 min

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