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ABOUT MILLIPORESIGMA

MilliporeSigma is skilled in the art of GMP viral vector production and technology innovation, having manufactured viral vectors for over 20 years and producing more than 500 lots of drug substance from preclinical through commercial production. Our comprehensive portfolio of best-in-class bioprocessing products and technologies combined with our application expertise can help you quickly scale up to reach your process goals. Our BioReliance® testing services employ the broadest range of vector types to speed progress of gene therapy development. Full characterization, potency, analytics, safety, and stability testing combine to ensure safe therapies for patients awaiting treatment.

WEBINARS

This presentation addresses product characterization strategies to de-risk the manufacturing of mAbs and cell and gene therapies. It also covers detection and characterization of host cell proteins (a factor in mAb therapies and cell and gene therapies), and polyethylenimine used in cell and gene therapies.

Process development is a critical enabler to bring safe, effective, sustainable products to market to address patient needs. In this webinar we will discuss our strategies for developing lentivirus and adeno associated virus (AAV) and the impact these early decisions can have on commercial readiness.

CONTACT INFORMATION

MilliporeSigma

290 Concord Road

Billerica, MA 01821

UNITED STATES

Phone: 781-533-6000

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • The Importance Of Scalability In Viral Vectors

    Gene therapy has the potential to change countless patients’ lives. Diseases that lacked cures or even treatments may be addressed with these new classes of therapeutics. This potential has spurred new investments in the drug development and commercialization space.

  • Robust Harvest Clarification For Adeno-Associated Viral Vectors Via Depth Filtration

    This article demonstrates that depth filters clarify AAV vectors, helping to overcome the unique separation challenges presented by these important vectors for gene therapy.

  • Understanding The Road To Commercialization

    With the current increase in development and investment, gene therapy companies will increasingly be looking to streamline the manufacture and commercialization of their therapies. Choosing a contract development manufacturing organization (CDMO) to ensure a smooth road to commercialization is essential. Contact us directly to learn more about picking the right strategic partner.

  • Hiring Challenges In Bioprocessing For Start-Ups

    Hiring bioprocessing pros has been a stubborn problem for more than a decade, challenging start-up companies as the supply of qualified staff gets tighter. Here's how the industry could solve the problem.

  • The Race From Lab To Clinic: 5 Critical Steps To Success

    While the fastest path is often tempting, the right path is to ensure product quality and viability while expediting the development timeline. These five steps are key to putting your molecule on the right path.

  • Updated US FDA Guidance For The Gene Therapy Industry: Key Changes And Areas Of Increased Focus

    In January 2020, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released several new or updated guidance documents pertaining to human gene therapy products. This paper summarizes several key changes that will impact developers of gene therapies.

  • How MilliporeSigma Handles Quality Inspection Readiness

    While quality management is a major priority across the life sciences industries, it takes specific precedence in viral gene therapy. Heather Burnell, Head of Quality at MilliporeSigma’s viral vector manufacturing facility in Carlsbad, CA, highlights how quality management is embedded in the MilliporeSigma culture.

  • Process Development Is Key To Patient Success

    Process development (PD) is a critical component to the commercialization of viral vector-based therapies. While some gene therapy developers may want to speed through this operation to meet deadlines, doing so can put product quality, safety, and efficiencies at risk.

  • The Future Of MilliporeSigma’s Gene Therapy CDMO Through The Lens Of History

    On the road to becoming a global industry leader in cell and gene therapy, our viral vector manufacturing organization has undergone a major transformation over the last two decades. Marc Gaal, Director of Program Management at MilliporeSigma, details the history of the business as well as some of the milestones achieved since its inception.

  • Gene Therapies: Overcoming The Biggest Hurdles In Manufacturing

    The last decade saw a great rise in gene therapy popularity. Today, gene therapies have reached a momentum with hundreds in clinical development and several therapies approved in recent years. However, the rapid growth of the sector and the complexity of gene therapies has resulted in a number of challenges in process development, scale-up, manufacturing, and regulatory guidelines. Download the infographic to find out how to overcome these challenges and what’s ahead for gene therapy.

  • Downstream Process Intensification Of Virus Purification Using Single-Use Membrane Chromatography

    The production of viruses, whether for use as viral vaccines, viral vectors for gene therapy, or oncolytic applications, requires complex processes that can translate into high costs, as well as slow development timelines and time to market. This article presents several case studies highlighting the advantages of process intensification using Natrix® single-use membrane chromatography to increase your productivity and reduce your capital and operational manufacturing costs.

  • Utility Of Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) For Biosafety Assessment Of Biological Products

    By delivering significantly more data than traditional Sanger-based sequencing methods, NGS opens a range of possibilities for the analysis of diverse DNA and RNA populations.

  • Making Novel Therapies A Reality Part 1

    Cell therapy, gene therapy, and RNA-based therapies. Right now, those are the classes of therapies we’re considering novel. If you look at it historically, ten years ago, recombinant proteins and monoclonal antibodies would have been novel therapies, but now they’ve become very much standardized. So now that bar has moved a little bit, and the novel therapies are really cell and gene therapies, and to a certain extent the RNA therapies.