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Production of Protein Therapeutics in the Quality by Design (QbD) Paradigm

  • Anurag S. RathoreEmail author
  • Sumit K. Singh
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Part of the Topics in Medicinal Chemistry book series (TMC, volume 21)

Abstract

Biotech products and processes are complex. Our understanding of how the process affects product quality is incomplete and that of how the various quality attributes of the product affect the clinical safety and efficacy is even more limited. Quality by Design (QbD)-based process and product development aims at improving this understanding. In this chapter, we briefly introduce the concept of QbD in the context of biotherapeutics. Next we discuss the various unit operations that together make a typical process. Recent advancements in the manufacturing of biotech therapeutics will also be presented. The importance of identifying the underlying relationship between the quality attributes of the product and clinical safety and efficacy for ultimate realization of QbD goals is discussed in the last section of the chapter. Future perspective of the increasingly important role that QbD is likely to play for the manufacturing of drugs for an increasingly global market is presented as the concluding note of this chapter.

Keywords

Biosimilars Downstream processing Process analytical technology Quality by design Safety and efficacy Upstream processing 

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  1. 1.Department of Chemical EngineeringIndian Institute of TechnologyNew DelhiIndia

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