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Multi-column capture processes show several advantages compared to batch capture. It is however not evident how many columns one should use exactly. Researchers at ETH / Zurich investigated this issue. Their findings are summarized in a free poster
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Presented by Prof. Massimo Morbidelli of ETH Zurich, this Webinar will give a brief overview a key technology for implementing downstream continuous processing.
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Webinar: Continuous capture process; Scale up, characterization and control for monoclonal antibody production
The LEWA EcoPrime Twin LPLC is an easy-to-use, GMP-ready, multi-column, multi-functional chromatography system offering continuous chromatography, batch, sequential polish and buffer in-line dilution from process development to large-scale biopharmaceutical production. ChromaCon and LEWA together are offering users with bench to production scalability. Simple.
New twin column chromatography system specifications and application information. The EcoPrime Twin LPLC is a multi-column system that performs continuous, connected continuous and batch chromatography with additional option for buffer in-line dilution.
Multi-column continuous chromatography combined with an option for single-use technology for buffers at production scale can help achieve an early ROI and enhance productivity.
NEW POSTER: Multi-column capture processes show several advantages compared to batch chromatography. Recent work on GMP scale 2-column system provides insight on design features, performance and a scale up tool. The work done at the Fraunhofer Institute is summarized in a free poster.
Short video on this system is found here.
White paper examines considerations when evaluating buffer in-line dilution and how to set up program on EcoPrime LPLC / BID platform.