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Downstream Process Intensification of Virus Purification Using Single-Use Membrane Chromatography

11:03 EDT 29 Oct 2019 | Genetic Engineering News

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. In this article, we will present several case studies highlighting the advantages of process intensification using Natrix® single-use […]

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