White Paper/Case Studies

  • INJECTA The Queen of QUality

    For decades, injection has been largely limited to in-patient use, with health professionals actively involved in administering doses intravenously, intramuscularly and subcutaneously. The introduction of prefilled syringes and injection devices has reduced the fear factor associated with outpatient injections. In short, injection has evolved from a being a last choice dosing option for patients.

  • IMA and Patheon-Thermo Fisher Scientific: a great new match

    Patheon-Thermo Fisher Scientific is considered one of the leading Contract Development and Manufacturing Organisations in the world. The newly combined organisation is built on a fully integrated network of facilities across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia, and delivers an endto-end solution to pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies of all sizes. The group offers a comprehensive range of services spanning all phases and scales, from initial drug formulation to clinical trials support and commercial production.

  • LYnfinity is just a drop away

    Introduction to LYnfinity, IMA Life's Aseptic Continuous Spray Freeze Drying. Most freeze dying in aseptic conditions is done in a freeze dryer for vials, or bulk product in trays. The process has traditionally been a batch process making it both time consuming and energy intensive. In the conventional approach to freeze-drying the product is placed in vials or bulk containments directly onto the shelf.

  • Technically Speaking: An Innovative Approach to Cell Therapy Facility Design

    Cell therapy is a small but rapidly growing segment in biotechnology. This space has seen a large influx in investment by various small and large companies, primarily driven by the success seen in clinical trials for CAR-T therapies. In 2017, our industry saw the first BLA approval of a CAR-T drug by Novartis.

  • Achieving Biomanufacturing Success

    Successful biologic manufacturing requires highproductivity cell culture media that are easy and economical to prepare. Single-use mixers and filtration circuits can be an attractive option for achieving these goals, while also providing manufacturing flexibility.

  • The Real Costs of Outdated Printing Methods

    Fast-changing market needs and an aging population have tremendous repercussions for pharmaceutical and medical device companies, as well as for contract manufacturing organizations (CMOs). With worldwide demand for medicines on the rise, manufacturers and CMOs alike must package more and more medicines and devices while struggling to optimize their packaging line capacity and manage changeover times and downtime.

  • Investing In The Future of Freeze Drying for Biologic Drugs

    Biologic drugs are the fastest-growing class of therapeutic products in the United States. They are complex structures which place many difficult demands on manufacturing. Structural integrity is critical to the drug’s potency and preserving this during freeze-drying is challenging. Faithfully reproducing a freeze-drying cycle which stays within the design space for a given formulation is essential.

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