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Innovation in Cell Banking, Expansion, and Production Culture

  • Rashmi Kshirsagar
  • Thomas Ryll
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Part of the Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology book series (ABE, volume 165)

Abstract

Cell culture-based production processes enable the development and commercial supply of recombinant protein products. Such processes consist of the following elements: thaw and initiation of culture, seed expansion, and production culture. A robust cell source storage system in the form of a cell bank is developed and cells are thawed to initiate the cell culture process. Seed culture expansion generates sufficient cell mass to initiate the production culture. The production culture provides an environment where the cells can synthesize the product and is optimized to deliver the highest possible product concentration with acceptable product quality. This chapter describes the significant innovations made in these process elements and the resulting improvements in the overall efficiency, robustness, and safety of the processes and products.

Keywords

Cell banking, Fed-batch, Innovation, Mammalian cell culture, Productivity 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Technical Development, BiogenCambridgeUSA
  2. 2.Technical Operations, ImmunoGen, Inc.WalthamUSA

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