Implications of Cell Culture Conditions on Biologic Product Quality

Live Webcast: 
Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 11 am ET (LIVE EVENT)
Wednesday, March 18, 2015, 15:00 CET (REPLAY)

Modifications in cell culture, bioreactors, or other processing conditions can cause changes in glycosylation and affect a drug’s efficacy and safety. An understanding of the factors that can influence a drug through various stages of product development and manufacturing, as well as analytical steps to detect changes, can reduce risk and improve product quality.

In this webcast, experts will provide an overview of factors that affect cell line quality from process development through production, including regulatory considerations, factors for optimized bioreactor performance, and glycan analysis methods.


Key Learning Objectives

Analyze factors that affect changes to drug products during bioreactor operations
Review regulatory considerations
Understand glycan analysis methods


Who Should Attend

Product development scientists
Process development experts
Analytical laboratory managers



Michiel E. Ultee, PhD
Ulteemit BioConsulting

Richard Easton, PhD
Team Leader, Carbohydrate Analysis
SGS Life Science Services
Wokingham, UK

Rita Peters
Editorial Director
BioPharm International

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