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Rapid Biologics Development to Maximize your Speed to Clinic

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Whether you are using a Catalent GPEx® technology-based cell line or a client-derived cell line, we can design a process for your project that can be easily transferred to our production plant. All operations from cell line development through production of preclinical and/or clinical (Phase I/II) API can be performed in a single facility with a dedicated project manager – thus ensuring better continuity and reliability. Backed by experts in the fields of molecular biology, cell line development, process development, biopharmaceutical manufacturing, and quality systems, we are able to streamline processes, and enhance performance, and speed through to clinical production.

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• Generation of master and working cell banks
• Cell line stability studies
• Upstream process development in shake flask and bioreactor systems (2L - 10L)
• Downstream process development at the milligram to 100s gram scale
• Scale down and non-cGMP production (up to 100L) in disposable and stainless bioreactors
• cGMP manufacturing of Phase I / Phase II material in product-dedicated suites using stirred tank bioreactors at the 200L scale

Product Rapid Biologics Development to Maximize your Speed to Clinic
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Catalent Pharma Solutions
Sedge Close, Headway, Great Oakley Corby, Northamptonshire NN18 8HS, England

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