What is a Biopharmaceutical?
Infographic Oct 24, 2017
Biopharmaceuticals, also referred to as 'biological products' or 'biologics' contain an active substance derived from or extracted from a biological system.
This infographic is designed to provide an overview of the different types of biopharmaceuticals, with a specific emphasis on monoclonal antibodies.
Download this infographic to learn about:
- The types of biopharmaceuticals
- The uses of biopharmaceuticals
- The biopharma workflow: from monoclonal antibody to approved biopharmaceutical product
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