JUN 02, 2020 9:00 AM PDT
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Osmolality Testing: Providing Unique Process Control for Downstream Operations

Sponsored by: Advanced Instruments
C.E. Credits: P.A.C.E. CE Florida CE
Speakers
  • Professor, Department of Biotechnology, University of Natural Resources and Life Science, Vienna, Austria and Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology
    Biography
      Professor Alois Jungbauer received his PhD in Food Technology and Biotechnology from BOKU. He serves as a professor at the Department of Biotechnology at BOKU. He teaches Protein Technology and Downstream Processing and Bioprocess Engineering and is study director of the Ph.D. program Bioprocess Engineering. He also acts as area head of Bioprocessing Engineering and Deputy Director of Research in the Austrian Centre of Industrial Biotechnology.

      He is currently working in the field of bioprocess engineering of proteins, plasmids and viruses. He has published 340 papers on recombinant protein production, bioseparation and advanced materials for bioprocess engineering, 17 patents and 12 book contributions and recently a monograph entitled "Protein Chromatography, Process Development and Scale Up". He is executive editor of Biotechnology Journal. He acts also as the vice president of research of the European Society of Biochemical Engineering Science.
    • Application Scientist, Advanced Instruments

    Abstract
    DATE:  June 2, 2020
    TIME:   9:00am PT, 12:00pm ET
     
    Osmolality is a well-established parameter for upstream bioprocessing, formulation, analytical development and QC applications throughout the manufacturing of biological drugs. A recent publication details the use of osmolality as an in-process parameter for purification, providing a predictive modeling parameter for protein concentration. There is also clear value in testing osmolality during buffer preparation and filtration operations.
     
    Given the increasing prominence of osmolality as a process control and quality parameter in bioprocessing, Advanced Instruments offers a portfolio of osmometers designed specifically to fit Pharma and Biotech compliance needs. The OsmoTECH® portfolio of osmometers from Advanced Instruments deliver the highest level of data management, accuracy and precision, and ease-of-use available on the market today. They provide valuable concentration measurements while also offering features that support GMP, 21 CFR Part 11, and EU Annex 11 compliance.
     
    Learning Objectives:
    • Explain how osmolality serves as a key orthogonal property in downstream processing.
    • Recognize the value of osmolality testing as a key process parameter in buffer preparation, purification and filtration operations.
     
     
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