A Transformational Living Cell Environment: A Paradigm Shift in Personalized Medicine that Provided the Most Comprehensive Protection Across all Cell Culture/Processing Operations

A Transformational Living Cell Environment: A Paradigm Shift in Personalized Medicine that Provided the Most Comprehensive Protection Across all Cell Culture/Processing Operations

04/02/2019, 10:30 AM - 11:15 AM

Javits Conventions Center - Stage 2, Booth 1577, Exhibit Hall
Language:
English
Ongoing research and learnings in In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) programs provide a strong foundation specific to optimizing the in vitro culture environment of the living cell in life sciences facilities. It is critical to remove the cytotoxic variable of ambient air to maximize outcomes in the living cell environment. The culture process used in cell and gene therapies is vulnerable to the same environmental toxins found in IVF laboratories. By eliminating 99.99% of all known cytotoxic, and airborne contaminants that compromise the development of biopharma products, comprehensive remediation of airborne pathogens has demonstrated multiple benefits including improvements in cell viability, cell potential, loss rates, and thus an overall improvement in cell processing outcomes and reduced costs. Recognition of the role of cytotoxic airborne pathogens and further understanding of these new approaches in optimizing the living cell culture environment are critical.

Contributors

  • Kathryn C. Worrilow, PhD

    Speaker

    Founder and CEO

    LifeAire Systems

    Dr. Kathryn Colonna Worrilow, Founder and CEO of LifeAire Systems, received her doctorate in Anatomy and Cell Physiology from the University of...

  • Huey Huynh

    Speaker

    Clinical Consultant

    LifeAire Systems

Type of Session

  1. Type of Session
    Session

Categories

  1. Track
    Optimizing Facilities through Innovation & Technologies

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